Digital Forensics, eDiscovery & Technology Risks for HR Executives
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HR Executives are faced with greater risks than ever before when it comes to data security and employee behaviors. This is an overview of processes and emerging risks. Presentation Highlights:

HR Executives are faced with greater risks than ever before when it comes to data security and employee behaviors. This is an overview of processes and emerging risks. Presentation Highlights:
KEEP passwords and data private
Greatest risk is from the inside
Spoliation risks in legal matters
Security Analytics and Employee Monitoring

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Digital Forensics, eDiscovery & Technology Risks for HR Executives Digital Forensics, eDiscovery & Technology Risks for HR Executives Presentation Transcript

  • Digital Forensics, eDiscovery,& other Technology Risks for the HR Executive The Lorenzi Group
  • p@SSw0rDz Facebook LinkedIn Match.com• Less is More, hire a professionalThis line of questioning could open discrimination issues
  • Concepts of Security are Changing• The only thing you should be secure about is that nothing is secure• Organized Crime• Random• Employees• Hacktivists View slide
  • Greatest Risk to Business?• Employees, Contractors, Vendors & Partners• Inside vs. Outside• Don’t stop protecting outside….. View slide
  • Virtual Machines & Child Porn• The virtual world is going virtual• CP (or CSAI – See-S-eye) is an addiction• Pirated media a (profitable) hobby• High bandwidth, “ghost” (vmware) The only thing you need to know: Liability is HUGE.
  • Digital Forensics & eDiscovery• 2 Step Process • Capturing and preserving everything • Preparing the “Useful” information
  • SMILE! Digital ForensicsDigital Forensics Using a 35mm CameraCreate a Forensic Image (Preserve Data) Take a PictureRestore the Forensic Image Develop the FilmAnalyze the Information Choose the Pictures you wantReport (and Testify) as necessary Build a Scrapbook
  • E-Z eDiscovery1. Convert paper to electronic images2. Combine images with Digital Forensics results3. Filter out Unnecessary Info4. Review Results5. Submit
  • SPOLIATION• The alteration and/or destruction of data• Examples: • Resending an email • Opening a Word document • Deleting a picture • Turning on a computer
  • Litigation Hold Legal Notice Starts the moment litigation becomes reasonably possible Requires parties to preserve all potential evidenceFailure to abide could bring sanctions, fines, dismissal of case, & criminal charges
  • The IT Department – Your BEST Friend… and WORST Enemy• Digital Forensics is all about 3 things: • Process • Experience • Defensibility• CAN IT do some/all of it? Maybe.• SHOULD IT do some/all of it? NO.
  • Any time… You think internal is better/cheaper/faster…• Remember: • Legal, Financial, & Criminal Liability • IT fear of public speaking • Interpersonal relationships…… (ask about this)
  • Employee Monitoring• It’s not Big Brother, it’s SMART Business• Improves Data Security Exponentially • Mistakes • Desperate • Criminal• Makes Compliance Easier• Can provide Productivity metrics • Termination Justification • Training Needs • Resource Allocation • Cost Saving OpportunitiesExamples:Lockheed, Fidelity, USPS, Kaiser Permanente
  • BYOD• Stored Communications Act• Employee Owned/Company Paid• Company Owned
  • EADVElectronic Devices and Social Media Misuse Major initiative for 2012
  • ADA• EU says websurfing is an addiction• What does the US say?• REALLY????
  • Thoughts Social Media is good Acceptable Use Policies are requiredDetailed Background Checks are better than FB pages Ongoing Training & Reminders are critical
  • Thank You Rob Fitzgerald The Lorenzi Group 866-632-9880 x123www.thelorenzigroup.com