Relativity webinar on 27 April: From Ashley Madison to the eBay hack – cybersecurity best practices

kCura - RelativityRelativity is presenting a webinar on 27 April with the title From Ashley Madison to the eBay hack – cybersecurity best practices.

It is said that one third of in-house counsel have admitted that their companies have experienced a data breach. What is possible, indeed probable, that the remainder have suffered such a breach but do not know it.

Not the least of the problems within organisations is the allocation of responsibility for anticipating, preventing and dealing with cybersecurity breaches. This Relativity webinar will cover:

  • Why cybersecurity and information governance have taken centre stage
  • How in-house counsel are going beyond e-discovery to play an increasingly active role in cybersecurity strategy
  • Which trends are worth your attention and resources
  • What companies can do to mitigate the risk of a breach

The speakers are Barclay Blair of the Information Governance Initiative, Dean Gonsowski of kCura, John Loveland of Consilio and Judy Selby of Baker Hosteller.

There is more information and registration form here.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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