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eDiscovery Dbriefs Webcasts

Deloitte regularly hosts live webcasts in which experts discuss the latest news, tips and technologies in eDiscovery. For your convenience, we record our webcasts to be viewed later. To view an archived webcast, click on the title below.

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Securing your confidential data: Threats posed by mobile devices

Recorded: November 20, 2013, 2:00 PM ET
Mobile device data faces significant security threats, creating very real danger for government agencies and corporations. How can you deal effectively with the risk of a data breach and the theft of personally identifiable information in a bring your own device (BYOD) era? Learn practical insights and leading practices on the challenges of implementing mobile devices for managing and mitigating critical risks.

Murphy’s Law and electronic discovery: What happens when it all goes wrong

Recorded: June 19, 2013, 2:00 PM ET
Even when it comes to electronic discovery, Murphy's Law can wreak havoc. How can government agencies address eDiscovery problems when they arise? Stay abreast of what could go wrong in eDiscovery so you have contingency plans in place to address risks in your own eDiscovery matters.

Balancing act: Insourcing vs. outsourcing of legal discovery technology

Recorded: March 13, 2013, 2:00 PM ET
Managing a legal department and its supporting legal discovery technology is very much a balancing act. When it comes to insourcing and outsourcing, what are the options for services, software, and manpower, and how might your decisions impact the business? Learn some of the benefits of insourcing vs. outsourcing legal discovery technology and what arrangements might work best for your organization.

Social media and eDiscovery in government: Potential impacts on litigation

Recorded: November 28, 2012, 2:00 PM ET
As an entrenched form of business communication, social media and the content created through it are pervasive and should have appropriate records management, especially in the context of litigation. How can government agencies accomplish effective social media records management when it is especially difficult to collect and manage information that resides outside of an organization's typical systems? Learn how social media may impact your litigation portfolio and help your organization achieve more for less.

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