The Nuix User Exchange 2017 is nearly upon us

NuixMy next foreign trip is to the Nuix User Exchange running from 17 to 20 September at Huntington Beach California. I very much enjoyed last year’s event and look forward to taking part in this one.

300 participants are expected for 50 sessions, 20 labs and 65 speakers. My own sessions include one called GDPR privacy regulations: preparing for cross-border data management which I will do in the company of John Lapraik of Advanced Discovery in London (Millnet as was), Rebecca Beard of Shore Consulting, Inc, and James Arnold, Principal, Cyber Services at KPMG LLP. James Arnold is also taking part in a GDPR session called The practical practitioner’s guide to GDPR.

I am also part of a keynote panel called The future of decision-making along with Ron Hedges, Senior Counsel at Dentons US LLP and former US Magistrate Judge, Stephen Stewart, Chief Technology Officer at Nuix, Chris Pogue, Head of Services, Security and Partner Integrations at Nuix, and Craig Ball.

There are, as always, many sessions on the practical use of Nuix for discovery, incident response and other cyber security matters, collaborative investigations, mobile device investigations and more.

The venue at Huntington Beach is an appealing one, not only for its own facilities but for its proximity to a wide Pacific beach. Nuix is always a good host at these events and we can expect a good social time in addition to the sessions.

It is still possible to register for this event and you can do so here.

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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