e-Discovery for Risk Managers
by Rochester Security Summit on Oct 24, 2010
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E-discovery is the process of identifying, collecting, reviewing, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) that has been requested by regulators or litigators for use in a legal ...
E-discovery is the process of identifying, collecting, reviewing, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) that has been requested by regulators or litigators for use in a legal proceeding or investigation. Almost all communications and business records are ESI since it includes e-mail and attachments, word processing documents, spreadsheets, any computer file, faxes, voice-mail, tweets, texts, and social network posts. Unmanaged ESI is high-risk.
Linda will be discussing e-discovery (electronic discovery) risks and best (and worst) practices. She’ll explain the e-discovery rules of procedure, the protections they provide, and how to position your company to be covered by those protections. The lessons you can learn from this seminar may save you from high-cost mistakes--and are much cheaper than learning through experience.
Dr. Linda Volonino is Professor of Information Systems in the Richard J. Wehle School of Business at Canisius College. Linda has been a computer forensics investigator and expert witness in civil and criminal cases for the past seven years. She teaches courses in information technology, cyber security and computer forensics; and has written seven professional and text books on these topics, including Computer Forensics Principles and Practices (Prentice-Hall), Computer Forensics For Dummies, and most recently e-Discovery For Dummies. Linda is a senior editor of Information Systems Management. She’s served as an associate editor of the Business Intelligence Journal and as Program Chair of the 2009 International Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law. Her professional memberships include the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), and FBI Infragard.
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