Recent employee departures are impacting the workforce. Here’s a webinar from CCBJ and UnitedLex to minimize the IP exposure associated with them!
Tomorrow, CCBJ and UnitedLex will host the webinar Employee Departures, Digital Forensics, and Minimizing IP Exposure (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). In this webinar, you’ll learn from expert panelists who have led the development and implementation of digital forensics tools as they provide real-world, actionable guidance to help you:
- Determine where digital forensics can best be applied to examine large volumes of data and right custodians.
- Develop step-by-step plans that can be repeated quickly to reduce risk.
- Protect your business and bottom line by quickly pinpointing concerns and potential bad actors.
- Understand cost savings afforded with implementing digital forensics vs. traditional methods.
- Vet digital forensics experts, including a checklist of questions to consider.
Kristin Calve, Editor & Publisher, CCBJ
Heather Nash, eDiscovery Specialist, Starbucks Corporation
Niloy Ray, Shareholder, eDiscovery Counsel, Littler
Warren Kruse, VP, Data Forensics, UnitedLex
Mass Layoffs. Downsizing. Restructuring. Redundancies. No matter what it’s called, the fact is recent employee departures impacting the workforce in volume and frequency – almost 300K in the tech sector alone – are leaving businesses with complex uncertainties: What are employees taking with them? How to best triage and investigate at scale, on a budget? Click here to register and learn to minimize the IP exposure associated with employee departures!
So, what do you think? Has your organization had employee departures recently? Who hasn’t? If so, attend tomorrow’s webinar! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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