The first step to what? And what is data intelligence? Jim Gill of Hanzo gets into that topic in a partial recap of their recent webinar.
The article (Data Intelligence is the Vital First Step for Legal and Compliance Teams A Hanzo Webinar Recap) discusses the huge challenge of understanding your data today.
Organizations create and share enormous volumes of sensitive information, and with the rise of SaaS applications and collaboration tools, this information can exist in many places: emails, Slack messages, Jira tickets, Salesforce records, internal HR databases, Asana projects, and anywhere else work is getting done.
But any time information is being shared freely, there is a risk of personally identifiable information (PII) and personal health information (PHI) finding their way into these channels. That’s why protecting and managing this data is of the utmost importance for corporate legal and compliance teams.
That was the topic of discussion during Hanzo’s webinar, “Drive Data Intelligence with Collaborative Data”, presented by Jon Braunstein, a Partner at Seyfarth Shaw, LLP, Jason Trip, who is a Solutions Engineer at Nightfall AI and Dave Ruel, the Head of Product at Hanzo.
Jim’s article covers some of the challenges for legal and compliance teams with today’s enterprise data and also provides a link to register to view the recent webinar on-demand! Check it out!
So, what is data intelligence? And how do you accomplish it, given so many collaboration tools in use today? You can find out here – it’s only one more click! 😉
So, what do you think? How are you achieving data intelligence in your organization? And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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