Enterprises are collecting and managing more data than ever to create value, making every company a “data” company. But for data to provide value, organizations need to know where it is, who has access to it, how it’s managed, and how it needs to be secured and protected.
With privacy laws such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) forcing companies to know their data, organizations are struggling to navigate the fine line between keeping data for value creation and disposing of it for risk mitigation. With more data being created and collected than ever before, how can organizations strike this delicate balance?
Join the world’s first lawyer and chief data scientist and a data privacy CEO as they discuss how organizations can be enabled by data, not hampered by poor information governance practices.
What you’ll learn:
- How to gain visibility into your digital environment
- How a data remediation framework can bring order to information chaos
- Best practices and lessons learnt from real-life case studies
- Practical advice for implementing software in support of effective information governance
Founder and CEO, ActiveNav
Peter Baumann is a business builder who cut his teeth in the electronic publishing industry at Bureau van Dijk, Standard & Poor’s Global Markets and several start-ups. He has 25+ years international experience in high growth finance and technology industries. Peter was the 2019 Developing Entrepreneur winner at the prestigious Enterprise Awards and the runner up in 2018. Peter started his career in electrical engineering before pivoting to global information services. Following an enthralling period in the dot.com space he co-founded two other businesses before ActiveNav in 2008. During his career Peter has lived and worked in the USA, Brussels, Paris and the Libyan Desert.
Bennett B. Borden
Chief Data Scientist, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath
Bennett B. Borden is Chief Data Scientist of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath, a partner in its Commercial Litigation Group and Chair of the Privacy, Cybersecurity and Data Strategy Group. He is also CEO of the firm’s technology services subsidiary, Tritura IG, which provides state of the art analytics technology andservices to the firm’s clients. Bennett is a globally recognized authority on the legal, technology and policy implications of information.
Bennett advises clients on the development and use of algorithms and artificial intelligence systems that enable insight, data storytelling and economic value generation. Bennett also builds machine-based learning models to transform and improve legal outcomes in key corporate events including mergers and acquisitions, information governance program development and enforcement, litigation and investigations and business intelligence.
Bennett is Chair of the Cloud Computing Committee and Vice Chair of the Internet of Things Committee of the Science and Technology Law Section of the ABA. He also was recently named to the National Conference of Lawyers and Scientists of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He is a frequent speaker and author and a guest lecturer at numerous law schools and universities.
Bennett earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from George Mason University with highest honors, completing his final semesters at an Honors Program at Oxford University, England. He earned his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude and a Master of Science degree in BusinessAnalytics from New York University.