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Archive for October, 2014

CyberSecurity Crime tops list of Concerns for 70% of Americans…

Posted by Johnny Lee on October 30, 2014

#CyberSecurity crime (i.e., #hacking of credit info) tops list of concerns for nearly 7 in 10 Americans. http://ow.ly/DvDmc #DataBreach

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SIFMA urges Regulators to coordinate CyberSecurity efforts…

Posted by Johnny Lee on October 29, 2014

SIFMA urges Regulators to coordinate CyberSecurity push, shows cards on to standards to “harmonize” in the process. [http://ow.ly/D7JGZ]

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Speed of #DataBreach Matched by Speed of #Fraud Detection…

Posted by Johnny Lee on October 29, 2014

Via @fraudadvisor: Speed of #DataBreach is increasing, luckily the speed of @FICO #Fraud detection is lightning fast. http://ow.ly/3tjfYL

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Interested in bulking up on #eDiscovery & #InfoGov?

Posted by Johnny Lee on October 28, 2014

Interested in bulking up on your #eDiscovery & #InfoGov knowledge? Join me at @IIAConferences this Wednesday.

http://ow.ly/i/7jDRu

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DoJ puts #CyberSecurity information-sharing Policy into Practice…

Posted by Johnny Lee on October 24, 2014

DoJ puts #CyberSecurity information-sharing policy into practice, filling void left by vague anti-trust law. http://ow.ly/D7OuY

via @Law360

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Busy Month Coming Up…

Posted by Johnny Lee on October 1, 2014

 

Another busy Fall season focused on spreading the good word related to Data Privacy and eDiscovery.  My first stop on the whistle tour is a collaboration with the inimitable Suzanna Newton and her eDiscovery Intelligence Summit in Atlanta.

 

 

My next stop in October is with the good folks at UBS Financial Services.  They have asked that I speak at their annual Investors’ Conference in Charlotte on the subject of data privacy and information security.  I look forward to both events, as they are not only focused on very different audiences but on equally challenging topics.  If you’d like details on either event, please don’t hesitate to reach out…we’d love to have you.

 

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I’ll next head to the 2014 All Star Conference for a reprise of my 2013 talk on “eDiscovery and Data Governance: Flip Sides of the Same Coin” in Las Vegas with the good folks at the IIA.

 

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Finally, I’ll wrap up the month in Atlanta on an ICLE Georgia panel discussing eDiscovery matters with some real luminaries from the legal field.  I’m flattered to be included in each of these events, and I’m looking forward to each.

 

 

 

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