We all get by with a little help from our (outsourcing) friends. Avansic and I will discuss considerations for eDiscovery outsourcing in a webinar next week!
Next Wednesday, March 1 at 11am CT, Avansic will conduct the webinar Considerations for eDiscovery Outsourcing and Securing Your Data (available here). This webinar will discuss considerations for eDiscovery and security outsourcing to help you answer those questions and make informed choices about when to outsource, what to expect and how to change eDiscovery and security workflows for the better through leveraging outsourcing. Topics to be addressed include:
- eDiscovery Use Cases and Challenges Today
- Recent Cybersecurity Trends and Challenges
- Risks Associated with Outsourcing and How to Mitigate Them
- Benefits of Outsourcing and How to Maximize Them
- Criteria to Consider When Selecting a Platform or Provider
- Next Steps and Getting Started
I will be co-presenting with Dr. Gavin Manes, CEO of Avansic and Dr. Jerald Dawkins, CTO at Cerberus Sentinel. We have plenty to discuss within a compact 45-minute discussion.
Selecting a provider requires making a change to your processes and change can be hard. How do you know when you need the help of an outsource provider? What are the risks to outsourcing and what are the benefits? And what should you look for in an eDiscovery or security outsource provider? Join us here on next Wednesday and learn about considerations for eDiscovery outsourcing and securing your data!
So, what do you think? Are you considering outsourcing or need to get more out of your outsourcing provider? If so, check out the webinar next week! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic. And as for today’s graphic, see what I did there? 😉
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