June 6, 2016 – Business Intelligence Associates, Inc. (BIA), a leader in eDiscovery software and Managed Legal Services, announced that its June webinar will feature a discussion by BIA experts, Adam Feinberg, CCFS, CEDS and Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS about how organizations can protect their information assets as employees exit, updated for 2016.
"Information is one of the most valuable assets of any organization. Intellectual property disputes and sanctions for failure to preserve data from departed employees can be very costly,” said Robin Athlyn Thompson, who created and produces BIA’s educational programs. “With no shortage of articles being written on information leaving organizations with exiting employees, we planned a program in 2014 around best practices for protecting an organization’s information. It was one of our highest attended programs, and most requested ones. In fact, our attendees have asked us to present a yearly update to this topic in our educational series,” added Thompson.
Stop the Leaks! Exiting Employee Strategies: Ensuring Compliance Even When Employees Leave
Date: Thursday, June 16, 2016
Time: 1 pm ET / 12 noon Central / 10 am Pacific
ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS:
Adam Feinberg, CCFS, CEDS has an extensive background in technology, has provided expert witness testimony in court and served as the lead examiner on many high profile digital investigations and audits. As a Senior Vice President of Professional Services, Adam oversees BIA’s Project Management, Technical Services, Forensic/Data Acquisition and Document Review Support and Hosting operations. Adam is also a Senior Advisor and heads our Data Collection and Forensics group where he has served as a lead expert in the forensically sound collection of electronic data in hundreds of cases, including large multi-national projects involving hundreds of custodians. Adam also held the position of Executive Director of Quality Assurance, where he routinely worked with attorneys and IT professionals to develop and implement comprehensive electronic discovery and electronic audit plans and assists clients with various investigative projects and forensically sound data collection efforts. In addition to computer forensics and electronic discovery, Adam has experience in intrusion detections and related investigations; intellectual property theft investigations; internal corporate investigations and audits; systems security audits; and vulnerability assessments. Adam was also a co-instructor of Computer Forensic certification training courses offered to IT and corporate security professionals, law enforcement agencies, government agencies, military personnel, and Fortune 500 clients. Adam attended Tel Aviv University in Israel and is certified as Microsoft MCSE, MCP+I, Cisco CCNA, and as a Certified Computer Forensic Specialist. Currently, Adam is an InfraGard Secure member and has passed a comprehensive FBI background check. Adam also holds the prestigious Certification as an eDiscovery Specialist (CEDS).
Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS has over 35 years of legal and business consulting management experience, including practical expertise with FDA matters and extensive knowledge of the medical device and industrial industries. As a BIA client-facing Advisor, he adds a critical component to client projects by guiding them at a high level, usually working with senior members of the client’s internal and external teams to achieve specified project goals. As such, he is primarily responsible for providing Consulting and Advisory services to BIA’s clients. As part of the larger BIA Advisory division, he assists clients in a wide variety of Information Management practice areas including Litigation & Discovery, Document Retention & Management, Regulatory compliance, and IT Security. Prior to working at BIA, Barry was Senior Staff Attorney of Spriggs & Hollingsworth; Vice-President and Business Manager of B-Street Media Corp.; Senior Consultant of AdamsGrayson Corp; COO of Strategic Business Consultant; President of Contemporary Products, Inc.; and Executive Vice-President of Revere Products Corporation. He is highly proficient in Discovery and Document Review matters. Barry holds a B.A. in Political science from George Washington University and a J.D. from John Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University. He has been issued two patents and is currently a member of the District of Columbia Bar. He is also a Certified eDiscovery Specialist (CEDS).
About BIA: BIA is a leader in the legal information management industry, with over a decade of experience helping companies, governmental agencies, and law firms successfully manage data for lawsuits, regulatory matters, and investigations. Our Professional Services teams provide defensible, affordable, and integrated solutions that address the entire litigation and regulatory lifecycle, from initial identification and collection through review, production, and presentation. Our customers are our #1 priority, and we strive every day to provide the most defensible and cost-effective solutions available combined with exceptional customer service.