Balancing Privacy v. Corruption: The Benefits of In-Place Investigation
Recorded Webcast : Storage, Security, Information Governance, Archiving
Managing Bribery Act, eDisclosure, eDiscovery, and other event-driven investigations and the associated electronically stored information (ESI) – in an efficient and defensible manner, while balancing privacy rights – has become a critical business function. Driven by increasing cross-border legal and regulatory complications, as well as hefty fines, sanctions and damage awards, organizations can no longer afford to manually or poorly manage ESI.
In-Place Legal Hold is the best approach is to preserve ESI in-place to prevent spoliation and/or loss, and ensure privacy is maintained to keep non-relevant or private information from being collected to reduce risk and costs.
In this presentation, you will learn:
- What market issues in the US and EMEA are driving the need to be proactively prepared for audits, investigations and eDiscovery / eDisclosure events
- Best practices approaches to conducting in-place hold, analysis and categorization of ESI
- Considerations for managing ESI in the context of regulatory, legal, governance and compliance demands