Forensic Update

Reflections on information management within the legal and regulatory arena

Archive for August, 2010

ForensicUpdate Editor confirmed to speak at September IIA Meeting…

Posted by Johnny Lee on August 25, 2010

IIA Atlanta Editor, Johnny Lee, will present a session on eDiscovery and Records Management at the Atlanta IIA’s September chapter meeting.


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ForensicUpdate Editor confirmed to speak at 2010 ISSA International Conference…

Posted by Johnny Lee on August 20, 2010 Editor, Johnny Lee, will present a session entitled “Best Practices in Managing eDiscovery, Retention, and Investigation Risks” at this year’s international conference of the International Systems Security Association (ISSA).  Below is the session write-up:

Electronic Discovery (“eDiscovery”) can be a time-consuming, burdensome, and costly undertaking for your company.   Despite the prominent headlines, case law, and regulatory risks, in-house IT and legal departments are growing even more disconnected. Please join us for an interactive discussion on the tools, techniques, and methodologies that are being used to help companies:

(a) create and sustain unimpeachable data retention programs and
(b) manage electronic records and investigation/litigation efforts more effectively and defensibly.

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Making the Most of Continuous Controls Monitoring Investments

Posted by Johnny Lee on August 18, 2010

Despite the steep costs of implementing Continuous Controls Monitoring (CCM), AMR Research reports that it will be one of the top three GRC investment areas of 2010. GRC executives must maximize the value of this significant investment to justify increased GRC spending going forward.

Click here for the full article, co-authored by the ForensicUpdate editor and Matt Podowitz.

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