Monday, June 24 | 1:50-3:05 PM
CPE Credit: 1.5
Recommended Prerequisite: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
When an employee leaves, you understand that you will lose that person’s experience and institutional knowledge. But what if they take more than that? A whopping 87% of employees who leave a job take data with them that they created on the job,
and 28% take data created by others in the company — including corporate presentations, strategy documents and intellectual property. That’s a lot of data leaving the company, and most people take it with the intent to share it, sometimes
with a competitor or to start a competing business. So how can a company stop exiting employees with sticky hands? This session will share best practices not only to seek out these culprits after they’ve left, but also to prevent the information
from leaving in the first place.
You Will Learn How To:
SVP, Professional Services, Business Intelligence Associates
Barry Schwartz, a former senior executive with extensive legal and consulting experience, brings more than 36 years of experience to BIA’s clients. He has familiarity working with teams of lawyers, scientists and entrepreneurs as well as practical expertise with FDA matters and extensive knowledge of the medical device and industrial industries. As director of BIA’s Advisory Services, he adds a critical component to client projects by guiding the projects at a high level, usually working with senior members of the client’s internal and external teams to achieve the project goals. As such, his primary responsibility is using his knowledge and experience to provide consulting and advisory services to BIA’s clients, including litigation and discovery, document retention and management, regulatory compliance and IT security. Today Schwartz assists corporations and attorneys in the fields of compliance, data management and electronic discovery for complex litigation and acts as a lead forensic responder to several Fortune 1000 companies.
Adam Feinberg has an extensive background in technology and has been the lead on many high-profile digital investigations and audits. In addition to computer forensics and electronic discovery experience, he has experience in intrusion detections and related investigations, intellectual property theft investigations, internal corporate investigations and audits, and systems security audits and vulnerability assessments. He was a co-instructor of computer forensic certification training courses offered to IT and corporate security professionals, law enforcement and government agencies, military personnel and Fortune 500 clients.
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