Many companies are buried in massive volumes of outdated records and information, and those volumes continue to grow at alarming rates. Legal risks, data breach exposure, e-discovery costs and the high price tag to store, manage and search through massive amounts of information have propelled records retention from the back burner to a red-hot issue for both legal and IT.

Intervenants: David R. Cohen Emily J. Dimond Kristen Coyle Pologruto

Type d’évènement: Conférence

Reed Smith's Pittsburgh office, 225 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15222
Date/heure de début
24 January 2019, 3:45 PM ET
Date/heure de fin
24 January 2019, 5:00 PM ET
This session will cover:
  • Evaluating the legal and business risks caused by retaining too much information for too long
  • Developing retention policies and programs and utilizing best practices for all records and information
  • Cleaning up the mess and developing an ongoing strategy for new data
  • Minimizing legal and business risks and costs of old data remediation
  • Overcoming cultural challenges