Forensic Update

Reflections on information management within the legal and regulatory arena

New Grant Thornton Thought Leadership – Mandatory Initial Discovery Protocol

Posted by Johnny Lee on June 19, 2018

I’m proud to have contributed (with my Grant Thornton LLP colleagues Lucas Newcomer and David Aberman) to an overview of the the #MIDP eDiscovery protocols being piloted by the Judicial Conference of the United States…

https://sb.gl/2rDs93T

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Resilience: The best strategy for cyber threats…

Posted by Johnny Lee on May 1, 2018

It is now axiomatic that data breaches have become a function of “when, not if”. At long last, organizations are increasingly cognizant of this fact. In Grant Thornton’s 2017 Corporate General Counsel Survey, 72% of respondents cite cyber threats as their most significant source of risk. Cyber risk is significant, and it’s changing.

Read the full piece here.

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God bless The Onion for the important work it does…

Posted by Johnny Lee on April 4, 2018

Headline: “Mark Zuckerberg Prepares For Congressional Testimony By Poring Over Lawmakers’ Personal Data”

#FakeNews #SatireMatters #Irony

https://lnkd.in/eA9avUS

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Proud to join an august panel @ LegalTech 2018…

Posted by Johnny Lee on January 23, 2018

I am thrilled to be sharing the stage with Chris Dale, Meribeth Banischek, David Horrigan, and Rachi Messing to discuss cross-border data issues in investigations and compliance at #Legalweek18 … come join us for a lively discussion!

Details can be found here

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Cybersecurity & Privacy Cases To Watch In 2018…

Posted by Johnny Lee on January 3, 2018

Location and biometric privacy, overseas warrants, and tilting at the FTC windmill…the top Cybersecurity & Privacy Cases to watch In 2018.

Click here for details…

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Business Intelligence Skills You Can Learn From The Classics

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 14, 2017

A nice write-up on Data Analytics employing the “check your premises” motif…I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I did contributing to it…

The article can be found here.

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A welcome trend indeed…

Posted by Johnny Lee on October 26, 2017

 

…just as Sarbanes-Oxley provoked focus resulting in the placement Directors who were financial experts, boards are now focusing on Directors who understand cyber risk.  

Approximately 30% of Fortune 100 companies now have CIOs serving on their boards as of the end of 2016 — a jump of 78% over the preceding two years…

Details here.

 

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Privacy + Security Forum…

Posted by Johnny Lee on August 31, 2017

Excited to represent Grant Thornton LLP and join Daniel Solove, Edward R. McNicholas, Jon Neiditz, Mauricio Paez, Liisa Thomas, Amanda Witt and a host of other luminaries and all-stars at the 2017 Privacy+Security Forum in Washington DC…

https://privacyandsecurityforum.com/

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Your move Schrödinger…

Posted by Johnny Lee on July 24, 2017

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Test your systems to avoid embarrassment…

Posted by Johnny Lee on June 9, 2017

Before advancing undue burden arguments about being unable to find key documents, you may want to test your systems to avoid embarrassment…

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