How to Perform a Cybersecurity Investigation with Relativity
With the increased use of SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS platforms, organizations are shoveling more data into the cloud from on-premises solutions than ever before. However, answering cloud governance and access control questions like “What data do I have?" "Where is my data stored?" and "Who has access to my data?” continues to be difficult. These questions can impede an investigation that is already challenged by decentralized logging, access rights, large volumes of data review, and the inability to physically access the environment.
During this panel, we'll expose and explain alternative use cases for Relativity in the areas of cybersecurity investigation and privacy compliance, specifically as it relates to the proliferation and utilization of cloud solutions. Our panelists will share their stories about how Relativity was deployed to solve unique problems—specifically, how Relativity and Relativity Analytics were used to review and tag large volumes of PII data, generate a deliverable for counsel to notify breached victims, and automate notifications to affected parties including state and federal authorities (if required).
Jared Coseglia - CEO and Founder, TRU Staffing Partners Richard Lutkus - Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP Wendy King - Managing Director, FTI Chris O'Connor - Director, eDiscovery Strategy, Complete Discovery Source Ryan Bilbrey - Managing Director, Reckoning Consulting Partners LLC
Smarter Discovery in the App Age
Slack. Snapchat. WhatsApp. Beekeeper. Uno Noteband. The next “big thing” app you’ve never heard of but is guaranteed to give you headaches in the near future. You get the picture. It’s getting harder to piece together all of this "new” data with the "old” data from traditional email and corporate networks. The problem is that as organizations grow more global, mobile, and collaborative, more of the critical interactions are taking place in the “new” data format. Effective discovery and investigations require the ability to easily and quickly gather and understand this "new” data in context with the "old” data.
Attend this session to learn how to put method around this data madness. Discussion points will include technology that enables easier connections to "new" data sources, how analytics can help make sense of this new data, how to marry the metadata within this "new" data to gain a 360-degree view into the matter, and how to integrate all of these activities into a Relativity workflow.
This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
Wendy King - Managing Director, FTI Michelle Six - Of Counsel, Kirkland & Ellis LLP Cat Casey - Director, Global Practice Services, Gibson Dunn Adam Strayer - Ediscovery Analysis & Review Technology Manager, Paul, Weiss
RelativityOne for New Use Cases
Sure, RelativityOne was primarily built for e-discovery, but legal, IT and compliance teams are now leveraging the software for a whole new range of use cases. From auditing to pre-merger due diligence and post-merger integration, RelativityOne’s ability to parse through vast amounts of information and home in on critical datasets is opening up new avenues for Relativity users. Attend this session to learn about these new use cases as well as how to customize the Relativity workflow and features for these challenges.
Wendy King - Managing Director, FTI Cathleen Peterson - Senior eDiscovery Consultant, Proskauer Jeremy Burdge - LPM Global Litigation Practice Group Lead, Hogan Lovells