The digitization of almost every aspect of business, combined with the increased connectivity of people, devices, and organizations, has created a complex security landscape, leaving enterprises vulnerable to cyber risk.
Whether you’re researching a new market or optimizing your systems to comply with complex regulation, collecting and analyzing data is mission critical. In our digital and increasingly borderless world, companies also need sophisticated strategies and tools to find information, detect violations, uncover evidence, and comply with regulations.
Safeguarding computer related intellectual property (IP)—patents, trade secrets and copyrights—is a strategic priority for businesses that depend on the development and monetization of information. But in a digital and connected world, IP misappropriation is rampant.
In our digital and increasingly borderless world, companies need sophisticated strategies and tools to cost-effectively uncover evidence and comply with litigation-related discovery and disclosure requirements. In this environment, the risks of a breakdown are ever-present and come with major implications.
PREX16 - 5th Annual Conference on Preservation Excellence: Tomorrow's eDiscovery
Now in it’s fifth year, PREX has emerged as the premier conference specifically designed to meet the needs of in-house eDiscovery professionals. After attending PREX16, you will return to your desk the following Monday with new ideas and energy. Hear from eDiscovery professionals offering practical takeaways you can easily implement today.
Stroz Friedberg is a proud sponsor and will be onsite.
Hope Swancy-Haslam is currently a vice-president in Stroz Friedberg’s Dallas office and is responsible for the technology product development for the firm’s electronic discovery & disclosure practice. During her 20+ year career, Ms. Swancy-Haslam has enjoyed creating new ventures and succeeded in creating a number of small legal services companies in the publishing, concept search and legal software industries.
Prior to joining Stroz Friedberg, Ms. Swancy-Haslam was the COO of a ...