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April 2020 MALSP Meeting - COVID-19: Using O365 Tools to Securely Aid in Your Remote Work and Review

  • April 16, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online

Registration

  • Members are free starting at the March 2020 meeting.

    Guest registration requires guest fee paid via PayPal, or check on day of event.

    Please use payment portal to pay for membership or guest fees: https://sites.google.com/site/mnalsp/membership
  • Members are free starting at the March 2020 meeting.

    Guest registration requires guest fee paid via PayPal, or check on day of event.

    Please use payment portal to pay for membership or guest fees: https://sites.google.com/site/mnalsp/membership

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April MALSP Meeting - COVID-19: Using O365 Tools to Securely Aid in Your Remote Work and Review

SYNOPSIS: 

As the security and compliance landscape becomes ever more complex with the consistent changes to regional, state, industry regulations, it has never been clearer that both IT and Legal must be aware of what technology is available to assist in the changing world. By understanding and utilizing existing platforms corporations have already invested in, both IT AND Legal can see immediate ROI when reviewing their security and compliance needs. Microsoft is seen as a leader in both Security and Compliance offerings by Gartner, with most corporations deploying Office 365 company-wide; cross functional departments are better educating themselves across the entire platform.

Our monthly discussion on April 16th is hosted by Epiq and will include:

  • An overview of Microsoft’s Security and Compliance Center, with a specific focus on features related to Governance, Risk & Compliance, Data Classification, Threat Protection and eDiscovery (Core and Advanced and impact of Teams in discovery)
  • The COVID-19 Pandemic has expedited the rollout of Microsoft Teams for many organizations. How does this impact discovery? Where is the data stored? How long is it retained? When collected, how difficult is it to review?
  • Do you have an on premise review environment? Is COVID-19 challenging you to optimize, maintain or operate with remote and/or reduced staff? What are we seeing in the marketplace and what type of partners should consider to support you through the pandemic?
  • Finally, “Stay in Place” orders around the country have forced the closure of secure attorney review centers in most US Cities. What type of security should you prioritize and validate is in place with all of the remote review options flooding the marketplace?

MODERATOR:


Brian Castro, Account Director, Epiq Global

Brian leverages sales management, operations, service delivery, M&A, integration, and executive leadership experience to partner with Law Firms and Corporations to efficiently and affordably create solutions to manage through the Burden of Litigation.

PANELISTS:


Rachel O’Shea, Technical Specialist – Security & Compliance, Microsoft

Rachel empowers her customers through digital transformation by leveraging the intelligent cloud and intelligent edge through Microsoft Security & Compliance solutions. Prior to joining Microsoft, she was a Solutions Architect in Information Governance at Epiq Global, providing visionary consulting to clients and sales organization to determine strategic technology solutions specializing in the immensely growing information governance sector, focusing on data migration, data compliance, and data security.


Jon Kessler, Senior Director, Information Governance Services, Epiq Global

Jon is an experienced leader focusing on delivering advice on data migration, compliance, eDiscovery and security. He is the Senior Director of Information Governance Consulting for Epiq where he leads service delivery, project management and product development within the North American information governance practice. Prior to joining Epiq in 2011, Jon managed two international data collection and forensic groups during his career over the last two decades. He has extensive experience working on complex electronic discovery matters across many diverse industries in over 35 countries. Jon has previously worked on more than 600 forensic examination projects and provided oversight on many others. He is often engaged to provide formal compliance and eDiscovery best practice training to government agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Jon has testified as an expert witness in federal and state courts, frequently speaks at conferences and provides CLE courses on digital forensics, information governance and eDiscovery.


Brandon Hollinder, Director, eDiscovery Managed Services, Epiq Global

Brandon has more than a decade of experience in the profession. Today he focuses on partnering with clients as an expert on managed services to ensure their Epiq eDiscovery solutions are effectively designed and expertly implemented. He is responsible for the growth and health of the Epiq Managed Services organization as well as its development, ensuring it is cutting-edge and meeting and exceeding customer needs. He works closely with Epiq’s Account Directors and their customer bases. Brandon is a licensed attorney who has been working in the eDiscovery industry for the past 11 years.

LOCATION:
ONLINE! Meeting link will be sent to all registered attendees prior to the meeting start time

DATE & TIME:
4/16/20 @ 12pm

ONLINE PRESENCE SPONSORED BY: Epiq Global


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