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Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media
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Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media

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The proliferation of big data in the form of social media, cloud storage and personal devices has given rise to new, complex e-discovery issues. While many organizations have moved to confront these, …

The proliferation of big data in the form of social media, cloud storage and personal devices has given rise to new, complex e-discovery issues. While many organizations have moved to confront these, often the policies and practices they devise do not take into account the realities of the workplace. This session explores and gives lessons for:

• Developing sound social media guidelines,
• Navigating employment laws,
• Leveraging public and private clouds, and
• Minimizing the risk associated with BYOD.

Panelists from top corporations will share best practices and valuable considerations for taking control of big data.

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  • 1. Taking Back Big Data in the Age of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media Thursday, Oct. 10 | 1:30 – 2:30
  • 2. Sheila Jambekar Litigation Counsel | Zynga
  • 3. Kevin Nichols Principal | KLN Consulting Consulting
  • 4. Andrew Price Investigations Counsel | Google
  • 5. Source: eDJ eDiscovery and The Cloud Survey, December 2011, N = 101 26.70% 16.80% 7.90% 37.60% 26.70% 52.50% 28.70% 0.00% 10.00% 20.00% 30.00% 40.00% 50.00% 60.00% Which Cloud / SaaS Applications Are Your Organization Using? Companies Leverage Social Media For Business
  • 6. Source: eDJ eDiscovery and The Cloud Survey, December 2011, N = 170 10.0% 15.3% 5.3% 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% LinkedIn FaceBook Twitter Have You Had To Collect From Any Of The Following Systems For eDiscovery? Actual Social Media Discovery Experience Is Low
  • 7. • Authentication • New types of data and metadata • In criminal court, authentication is heated battle; in civil court, will probably be less contested • Web content is dynamic • Other ESI, like email, is static • What level of interval between collections is acceptable? • Capture mechanisms are just emerging • And each has pros and cons Social Media Collection Challenges
  • 8. BYOD Invasion •88% of Americans have cell phones and 46% own smartphones •63% of corporate devices are used for personal activities •65% of Fortune 100 are deploying/piloting iPads Mobile devices are everywhere and touch everything •Email, call history, contacts, text messages, photos, voice mail, voice recordings, video files, calendar entries, tasks, notes, address book, Web browsing history, calendar, chat logs, data stored in applications (including social media applications), search history and GPS data Mobile Devices are an ESI goldmine •Mobile Device civil discovery is gaining speed •Know your devices, data, usage and policies •How is it relevant to you and why should you be prepared? Be Prepared
  • 9. With The Cloud, E-Discovery Tends To Be An Afterthought Source: eDJ eDiscovery and The Cloud Survey, December 2011, N = 101 15.8% 24.8% 59.4% 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% Yes No Don’t’ know If Using Cloud-Based Services, Was An eDiscovery Plan Put In Place Prior To Moving Data To The Cloud?
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