Modern eDiscovery, whether for litigation, regulatory or internal investigation purposes, involves much more than the old world of files and emails stored only on servers, laptops and desktops. Indeed, if you are limiting your experience to just that, you’re likely missing out on the most meaningful and revealing information sources available.
Today’s eDiscovery processes must address a multitude of potential data sources that’s increasing in size and scope every day. From social media and chat applications to cloud storage and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, the challenge today isn’t just collecting that data, but first figuring out what solutions, systems, devices, apps and more are used and where all the associated data resides.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
- The importance of focusing on preservation first – it’ll make or break your case!
- Social Media Discovery™
- Identifying and preserving data from third party providers and cloud-based applications
- International data collections – what you need to know about GDPR
- Electronic custodian questionnaires – a new twist on an essential process
- Artificial intelligence (“AI”) software – what does it really do and how effective is it?
View the webinar here.
Brian Schrader, Esq. | President and CEO | BIA
Brian has over 20 years of experience in information management, computer technology and the law, and he has been a pioneer in computer forensics and eDiscovery. In 2002, Brian combined his experience in business and technology to launch BIA – recognized today as one of the nation’s leading eDiscovery service providers. Brian also helped pioneer DiscoveryBOT, the industry’s first light-touch live data collection tool, and TotalDiscovery, widely recognized as the first end-to-end enterprise SaaS platform for eDiscovery. Prior to BIA, Brian started several technology companies and practiced securities and corporate litigation. He has been engaged in hundreds of high-profile legal matters and has lectured and authored multiple articles on eDiscovery, technology and related topics.
Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS | SVP of Advisory Services | BIA
Barry Schwartz is highly proficient in discovery and document review matters and holds more than 35 years of legal and business consulting management experience. He oversees BIA’s advisory division and is primarily responsible for providing consulting and advisory services to BIA’s clients. Barry is able to provide experienced, sound insight in multiple areas, including information management, litigation & discovery, document retention and management, regulatory compliance and IT security.
Mark MacDonald, CEDS | SVP of Business Development | BIA
Mark oversees BIA’s business development. With over a decade of experience in the eDiscovery industry, he has extensive knowledge in all areas of data management, including data preservation strategies, computer forensics investigations, advanced data analysis, managed attorney review and building tailored eDiscovery solutions for law firms and corporate legal departments. In addition to leading BIA’s business development, Mark also manages client contract negotiations and is responsible for high-level account management for BIA’s clientele. He is a Certified eDiscovery Specialist (CEDS).
Mary Mack, CEDS, CISSP | Executive Director | ACEDS
Mary Mack, Esq., CEDS, CISSP is the executive director of The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) and is known as an eDiscovery leader and pioneer. Mack authored the very first book on the field, A Process of Illumination: The Practical Guide to Electronic Discovery. Her follow-up book, eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel published by Thomson Reuters, co-edited with Carole Basri, is now in its eighth edition. Mack has pioneered processes, helped build the global eDiscovery community and written articles and posts that have helped build the industry. She is widely known for her technical expertise, and has served as product counsel and subject matter expert. She is an internationally recognized speaker and frequently sought after for her expert opinion on the complex issues facing our industry and the people in it. Mack was just recently honored with Relativity’s Stellar Woman in eDiscovery nomination and was included in a book as one of “100 Fascinating Females Fighting Cyber Crime” by Cyber Ventures.