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August 26, 2013  7:05 PM

GRC, big data require law firms to reexamine information governance



Posted by: Ben Cole
CIO, compliance audit, compliance management, cyber security, data breaches, data protection, data security and storage, e-discovery, information governance, Information security, Law, Law firm

Big data presents numerous data governance challenges: Regulatory compliance, information security and risk management and are all complicated by the amount of data generated by the average business today. Law firms are very affected by this exponential data growth and the increased

July 30, 2010  1:35 PM

When compliance-related best efforts for data archiving aren’t enough



Posted by: Fohlhorst
CIO, e-discovery

When it comes to compliance, regulations often dictate that an organization must demonstrate “best efforts” for archiving data. The term best efforts is vague, at best, and can mean...


August 28, 2009  5:01 PM

Email to the editor: ‘Data security: The missing piece of e-discovery’



Posted by: GuyPardon
compliance, cyberlaw, e-discovery

This post below is an email to the editor received from Robert DeFazio of Calabria Consulting, responding to Data security: The missing piece of e-discovery” by Paul Roberts. This views expressed are...


August 4, 2009  2:55 PM

What online privacy expectations exist for social media use at work?



Posted by: GuyPardon
Big Brother, compliance, DLP, e-discovery, Law, online privacy, privacy, Security, social media, Twitter, Web 2.0

If you read Professor Jonathan Zittrain’s rebuttal on

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July 20, 2009  7:26 PM

Managing e-discovery and compliance: What would Eliot Spitzer do?



Posted by: SarahCortes
Audit, business, compliance, e-discovery, Eliot Spitzer, high-risk data, market timing, Massachusetts, privacy, Project management, Putnam, Putnam Investments, regulation, Security, Technology

E-discovery - or electronic discovery - has many technical aspects. Questions of available tools, case law, regulations and scope are critical. One of the most important and often overlooked...


April 1, 2009  6:41 PM

EDiscovery.gov has launched: Will e-discovery be nationalized?



Posted by: GuyPardon
e-discovery, Federal government of the United States

Have you been to Ediscovery.gov yet? Before you gasp, remember what day it is. If it's April 1, it must be time for online jokes and hoaxes -- check out TechCrunch's list of


February 10, 2009  4:08 PM

IT and legal up in a tree … d-i-s-s-i-n-g



Posted by: Linda Tucci
alignment, e-discovery

Whatever their relationship in the past, IT and legal departments should probably be pretty tight these days given the expectation that financial regulations will intensify and litigation increase in the wake of the fraud, foreclosures, massive layoffs and other ills perpetrated by the greed of...


February 3, 2009  3:12 PM

Corporate reporting: The next information governance frontier?



Posted by: GuyPardon
corporate reporting, e-discovery, governance, SEC, SOX, transparency

This is a guest post from Barclay T. Blair, author of Information Nation and head of the information governance practice at Forensics Consulting Solutions LLC.

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