Wednesday, October 11, 2017
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
Please join us for a discussion on the evolving law and practice on the document management aspects of cyber security, including:
- Regulators’ expectation for companies regarding deleting old non-public data to reduce cyber risk.
- The interactions between the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on electronic document spoliation and responsible cyber security data management.
- Using predictive coding and data analytics to identify large volumes of documents that can be safely deleted.
- Managing large volumes of old data of former employees and litigation that has concluded.
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Avi Gesser, Davis Polk partner, former Counsel to the Chief of the Justice Department, Criminal Division’s Fraud Section, and Deputy Director of the Justice Department, Criminal Division’s Deepwater Horizon Task Force.
Gabriel D. Rosenberg, Davis Polk partner, whose practice has involved advising clients on a wide range of cyber security, regulatory, and data governance matters.
Matt Kelly, Davis Polk associate, whose practice has involved advising clients on a wide range of cyber security, regulatory, and data governance matters.