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    Not Your Grandpa's Approach to Retention and Disposition

    If you’ve been in this industry for more than a minute, you’ve no doubt heard many a message around implementing disposition programs. You understand the need for executive sponsorship and engaging your stakeholders. But how do you make that happen? Join us as we share some firsthand accounts of innovative approaches to get a program off the ground, creative resourcing, lessons learned along the way and how measurable progress can drive a business case for further investments in program support.

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    Leigh Isaacs, CIP is a Director of Information Governance & Records at Proskauer Rose.  Leigh’s expertise includes strategic development and implementation of enterprise records and information governance programs, process improvements, matter lifecycle management, risk mitigation, vendor management, evaluation, design and implementation of technology solutions in law firms.  She is a founding steering committee member of the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium, the creator of an information governance course and is a published author, speaker and instructor in issues relating to information governance.

    Andrew Corridore, CIP is the Information Governance Compliance Specialist at Proskauer Rose LLP. He is responsible for managing defensible disposition programs across all of Proskauer’s global offices. Andrew is also responsible for the implantation and management of the Firm’s Legal Holds. Andrew and Leigh are currently in the midst of writing a series of white papers providing a more in-depth look at the successful implementation of Information Governance Disposition initiatives in law firms. Andrew has been working in law firms for 8 years with a keen interest in eDiscovery, Data Security, and how they both function in the ever changing environment brought on by evolving federal and local rules and regulations.


    Cybersecurity Landscape in the Eyes of the FBI

    The FBI is at the forefront of US cybersecurity efforts in partnership with government and private entities globally. This talk will include an overview of the work that the FBI does on a regular basis, with regard to agency partnering and with illustrations based on public cases. Attendees will also benefit from hearing the latest concerns as well as actions your companies should be taking now. The growing interdependencies among cybersecurity, privacy, data management and information governance make this a highly valuable session. 

     Peter Casson, FBI is a 1994 graduate of SUNY Maritime College and served in the US Coast Guard from 1994 to 2000.  In March 2000 he began his FBI career.  For the first eleven years of his FBI career Casson worked cases focused on International Drug Trafficking and Violent Crime.  From 2012 to 2016, he was the supervisor of an International Violent Crime Squad that focused on Transnational Violent Crime and Extraterritorial Violent Crime Matters.  In April 2016, Casson shifted his focus to Cyber Crime and joined FBI New York’s Cyber branch.  From April 2016 until August 2019, Casson was assigned to Squad CY-2 and was the lead case agent of various cyber-criminal investigations that focused on computer network intrusions.  During that time he also earned a Master’s Degree in Cybersecurity from Fordham University.  In September 2019, Casson became the supervisor of Squad CY-1, which focuses on Cyber National Security threats based out of Eurasia.


    No Longer an Option: Privacy-Enabled, Technology-Accelerated InfoGov

    • The rising tide of Privacy regulations (CCPA, GDPR, CDPA etc.) make an effective information governance program critical

    • How defensibly deleting or anonymizing data can minimize privacy risks

    • Best practices from global privacy programs, using technology accelerators

    • Automating costly privacy processes

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    Richard Hogg, Global Information Governance Director, White and Case LLP is responsible for global information governance across all of the Firm’s offices and functions including records management, privacy and ediscovery. His mission is to keep the Firm compliant and reduce the friction in finding, keeping and using the right information, in the right way, for the right time. With 20 years global experience across Information Governance (#infogov), previously he was with IBM as their global privacy evangelist and part of IBM’s own privacy journey towards GDPR readiness. A frequently published and a speaker on Privacy & InfoGov across AIIM, ARMA, MER, LegalTech, Insight, World of Watson, InfoGovCon, IPBA, DataWorks, Think & ILTA LegalSEC and ILTACON. Published in The Economist, The Financial Times, InfoGov World, CIO & ZDNet.

    • 2018 Top 50 Social Influencers in Risk, Compliance and Regtech

    • 2019 ARMA NOVA Chapter member of the year


    A CISO's View on Cybersecurity

    These days global companies are facing persistent Cybersecurity threats.

    What are cyber security Industry standards and best practices?

    We will learn tips and tricks on Educating the regulated community and the public as well as focus on some prevention strategies.

    Jay Leek, CISM, CISA, CISSP,  is a Managing Partner and Co-founder of ClearSky Security, and leading venture fund focused on investing in early- and growth-stage security companies. He also consults with Blackstone on various areas of cyber security strategy and investing, and he is currently co-leading Blackstone’s portfolio company CISO community. Prior to joining ClearSky, Leek was the Chief Information Security Officer for Blackstone, where he also worked with their information security investments and portfolio companies. Over the past 20 years, Leek built and headed up global information risk and security programs for Equifax and Nokia and also worked as a Product Manager as well as a Consultant to telecom companies, government agencies and financial institutions assisting them with strategic planning and architectural design required to meet their information risk and security objectives. Leek currently serves as a member of the board of directors for AppOmni, BigID, BlueLava, Capsule8, CloudKnox, CyberGRX, IntSights, SecZetta and Respond, and the NY Metro ISSA Chapter. He was also formerly a member of the board of directors for Carbon Black, Cylance, Demisto, Optiv, Phantom, ProtectWise, RedOwl and Verodin, and a former member of the advisory boards for Accuvant, iSIGHT Partners and Risk IO.


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