Proactive Information Management and eDiscovery. Andrew M. Cohen, Esq. AGC and Vice President, Compliance Solutions. eDiscovery and Policy-Based Management of Information. eDiscovery, records management and security are colliding (sides of a coin) Driven by costs and risks
Andrew M. Cohen, Esq.
AGC and Vice President, Compliance Solutions
Information Protection & Security
Discovery & Litigation Preparedness
Good business practice – critical for organizations with private, proprietary and sensitive information
Mitigate risk and expense through proactive and voluntary measures.
Practical classification and “defensible deletion”.
Retention Policy Management
Information Rights Management
Controlled Lifecycle Enforcement
SAFE Digital Signatures
SecurityComprehensive Compliance Infrastructure
MULTIPLE CLIENT ACCESS POINTS
RICH SET OF CONTENT SERVICES
ALL CONTENT TYPES
EnforcementPrinciples for Pro-active Information Management
The rules are causing companies to do what they knew needed to be done all along – policy manage information, classify it, treat it as an asset, and then get rid of it when it has no further value because the failure to do so has become risky and expensive.
Prod Sets (copy)
Review Sets (copy)
Traditional Process – Flow of Data
Data flow marked by inefficiencies, redundancy and lack of control . . .
letter & responsive info.
Legal / IT
Evolving eDiscovery EcoSystem & Model
Longer Term, corporations will further leverage their matter vault and
online enable that repository for legal review and possibly production . . .
Initial Discovery Activity
Outside & In-House Attorneys