Managing the volume of DSAR, PII, Discovery, and Incident Response requests in today’s world of work is challenging. Many industries are seeing linear growth in these types of requests, but some are seeing an exponential increase. Here’s a webcast next Wednesday that will show you how to automate workflows for eDiscovery and privacy!
Wednesday, May 19th, HaystackID will host the webcast Automating Privacy and eDiscovery Workflows: Operational Excellence as a Service at noon ET (11am CT, 9am PT). In this presentation, experts will share insight into how to automate workflows for eDiscovery and privacy to better engage with these rapid-response projects. The timelines are short, the data volumes are larger than ever, and the reporting obligations are becoming increasingly onerous. Clients are asking for alternatives and technical solutions to a problem that is not going away any time soon.
- Automation Considerations and legal challenges.
- Slowdown to speed up – tailoring the workflows.
- We have the technology, let it do what it does best.
- Working with outside counsel and 3rd parties to define the process.
- These processes aren’t changing drastically but we are developing a higher quality product.
- What Operational Excellence as a Service truly means.
Presenting Experts include:
- Jonathan Flood – Mr. Flood is the Director of EU Discovery Ops at HaystackID. Jonathan is a thought leader who has worked with top-tier law firms in Ireland, in addition to vendors, financial institutions, government agencies, and regulatory bodies.
- Susanna Blancke, Esq. – Ms. Blancke is the Director of EU Litigation and Client Services for HaystackID. She has extensive global experience concerning cross-border eDiscovery operations and managing larger international and national eDiscovery teams and review units, remotely and on-site.
- Jennifer Hamilton, JD – Ms. Hamilton is the Deputy GC for Global Discovery and Privacy at HaystackID. Jenny is the former head of John Deere’s Global Evidence Team.
- David Wallack, Esq., CIPP/E – David is the DPO at HaystackID and has significant experience in complex issues involving data breach, crisis management, GDPR, US privacy regulations, and US litigation discovery obligations.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – eDiscovery is about workflows (including those associated with data privacy requirements), and automation is the key to managing those workflows effectively. So, it’s important to understand how to automate workflows for eDiscovery – and now for privacy too! Register for the webcast here.
So, what do you think? Does your organization currently automate workflows for eDiscovery, and for privacy? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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