If your organization has implemented or is implementing an Information Governance program, congratulations! Information Governance programs are key to controlling legal and business risk by limiting how much data your organization holds, controlling where data is kept, and improving accessibility of important data. But, not so fast… has your organization actually achieved all of those things?
After the work of refining records retention periods, creating policies affecting data and device use, and implementing processes to control data, there is still more work to be done. A good Information Governance program must be kept current and involves auditing how well the policies and processes are working. In this webinar, we will discuss the steps to ensuring your Information Governance program remains successful for years to come.
In this program, we will discuss:
Senior Privacy Counsel
Motorola Solutions (MSI)
Irene Amu, LLB, LLM, CIPP/US, CIPP/EU is Senior Privacy Counsel responsible for managing the global MSI privacy program. She brings a combined 15+ years of international and domestic experience in the areas of Privacy, Audit, Risk management and Compliance. She is co-chair of the MSI Privacy & Data Security Compliance Committee. Prior to her current role, Irene spent several years in Motorola Solutions Internal Audit Department leading and managing various enterprise risk management projects, across multiple business units. Prior to MSI, she spent 4+ years consulting with KPMG, LLP in New York and Chicago working on a wide variety of investigative, compliance and integrity advisory projects.
Senior Associate General Counsel
Global Head of eDiscovery
Aaron Crews is Senior Associate General Counsel and global head of eDiscovery at Walmart. In this role, Aaron is responsible for Walmart’s eDiscovery process and strategy, as well as the legal portion of the company’s information governance programs. In addition, Aaron collaborates with other groups within Walmart regarding data privacy, information security, technology, and related issues. Prior to joining Walmart, Aaron was an equity shareholder at Littler Mendelson, and one of the firm’s eDiscovery Counsel.
Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.
Shemeika Landry is a Senior Counsel for Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. in Houston, Texas with a focus of regulatory and compliance matters. She has also practised in the Midwest to support commercial operations of a large interstate pipeline company. Ms. Landry has over 20 years of experience in the energy sector with a focus on legal matters for the support of commercial transactions and business development transactions and pipeline expansion projects. She's also responsible for developing policies and procedures to ensure compliance with laws, rules and regulations that apply to the organization.
Tara Emory, PMP, CEDS
Director of Consulting
Tara Emory, PMP, CEDS is the Director of Consulting of Driven, Inc. She 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, & due diligence. Tara speaks and writes frequently on information management and e-discovery, & is a member of The Sedona Conference® Working Group 1. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).