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Best Practices for In-House Management of Data Privacy and Security Matters

Does your organization adequately protect private and confidential information?

How would you respond to a loss or breach of data?   Data security breaches surged last year, exposing tons of sensitive customer, employee and corporate information to hackers. These breaches pose significant risks as companies are faced with costly claims and loss of customer trust. This presentation will cover strategies for managing data privacy and protection along with the best practices for:

  • Responding to litigation and regulatory investigations
  • Complying with legal requirements surrounding privacy and data security
  • Mitigating risk

Speakers:

Name:  Manuel Cuevas-Trisán
Title:  Vice President, Litigation, Data Protection & Employment Law
Company:  Motorola Solutions, Inc.

Bio:  Manuel Cuevas-Trisán is a partner of Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P., Amor’s expertise in e-discovery, records and information management and data privacy is widely known. In 2003, he served on the American Bar Association (ABA) task force responsible for the 2004 e-discovery amendments to the 1999 Discovery Standards promulgated by the Section of Litigation. Having served on various working groups for The Sedona Conference ®, an e-discovery think-tank, Amor presently sits on its corporate board and is the chair and editor-in-chief to the organization’s Working Group 6 that focuses on data privacy and electronic discovery internationally.

Name:  Amor Esteban
Title:  Partner
Company:  DLA Piper

Bio:  Amor Esteban is a partner DLA Piper, and Amor’s expertise in e-discovery, records and information management and data privacy is widely known. In 2003, he served on the American Bar Association (ABA) task force responsible for the 2004 e-discovery amendments to the 1999 Discovery Standards promulgated by the Section of Litigation. Having served on various working groups for The Sedona Conference ®, an e-discovery think-tank, Amor presently sits on its corporate board and is the chair and editor-in-chief to the organization’s Working Group 6 that focuses on data privacy and electronic discovery internationally.

Name:  Tara Emory, PMP, CEDS
Title:  Director of Consulting
Company:  Driven, Inc.

Bio:  Tara Emory is the Director of Consulting of Driven, Inc.  Tara consults with companies and law firms to create information management and efficient e-discovery processes that reflect a best fit for each client and case.  Through her experiences as an attorney and technology consultant, Tara has managed large scale projects involving data remediation, litigation, investigations, mergers, and due diligence.  Tara speaks and writes frequently on information management and e-discovery, and is a member of The Sedona Conference® Working Group 1. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

Tara Emory, PMP
Tara Emory, PMP
Tara Emory advises organizations and law firms on e-Discovery and information governance programs. Tara counsels clients on data management and compliance, policies, records management technology, and defensible deletion. In litigation, she is an expert on search methodologies, data preservation and collection approaches, discovery protocols, and strategies for resolving discovery issues with litigation adversaries, government regulators, and the courts. Above all, Tara seeks to solve her clients’ unique data problems in ways that reflect a best fit for each client and matter.
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