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Government Security Initiatives and the Impact on E-Discovery

October 18, 2012

Start date and time

October 18, 2012 10:15 AM

End date and time

October 18, 2012 11:15 AM

Time zone:

(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Venue

Deloitte
1919 N. Lynn Street
Conference Room 15124A
Arlington ,VA 22209

Contact information

Caitlin van der Graaff
+1 512 498 7401

Registration options

Online

Event registration is closed.

Government security initiatives start to sound a lot like alphabet soup, such as, FISMA, NIST, FedRAMP, and FIPS – just to name a few. Maybe you haven’t paid attention – because after all, these are security initiatives for IT and you work in legal. But if your cases involve E-Discovery, these security initiatives have a real impact on your cases. In this CLE, you will learn:

  • Explanation of the acronyms;
  • How the various security initiatives affect E-Discovery regarding the data that is inside governmental data systems, how the data is secured, and how it is collected;
  • How will the security initiatives affect how you provide information to opposing counsel, expert witnesses, and the Department of Justice.

Onsite check-in is from 10:00  - 10:15 am.
Duration:
 60 minutes. 
Certification: Application on file for 1 general CLE hour with the State Bars of Pennsylvania and Virginia. Other states as requested.

About the Speakers

Chris May, principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
Chris May is a principal with Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP.  He has over 20 years of experience in designing and developing Discovery Management technologies and litigation support systems to law firms, corporate law departments and government agencies. Chris’ primary focus is helping government leaders, attorneys, information technologists and records managers understand the critical issues surrounding e-discovery and their litigation portfolios.

Venue 1919 N. Lynn Street
Conference Room 15124A
Arlington, VA 22209
Date Thursday, October 18
Time 10:15  – 11:15 am

Event registration is closed.