Today, every company’s data is a valuable asset, which has led to a tendency to keep data “just in case we need it later.” Companies are now collecting, storing, and managing vast amounts of data without understanding where it all lives. This major blind spot creates significant privacy and security risks.
With global privacy laws continuing to evolve, and remote work here to stay, every organization needs to consider privacy implications, regulatory fines, and third-party risks throughout the data lifecycle - from collection to disposal. None of this can be accomplished without a data inventory – after all, you can’t protect and secure what you don’t know you have.
This lively panel discussion will share actionable tips and best practices from practitioners who have helped build data inventories for some of the largest organizations in the world. We’ll discuss legal implications to consider, how a data inventory supports compliance, and why a robust data inventory is the backbone of any privacy program.
What You Will Learn:
• How to discover all your data – within and outside your organization
• How to build a data inventory to meet GDPR Article 30 record-keeping compliance requirements
• Legal implications to consider when developing a data inventory
• Best practices and lessons learned from real-world case studies
Chief Revenue Officer, ActiveNav
As the Chief Revenue Officer for ActiveNav, Dean is responsible for orchestrating all go-to-market activities for the Sales, Marketing and Customer Success teams, with a goal of maximizing organization revenue and creating an exceptional customer experience.
A former litigator, General Counsel and Associate General Counsel, Dean has more than 20 years’ experience in litigation, e-Discovery, information governance and cybersecurity, driving growth at companies including Relativity, Recommind, Symantec, Clearwell Systems and Navigant Consulting. Dean participates on a number of industry standards bodies (like the Sedona Working Group) and is also the Founder of the agnostic industry forum: CTRL (the Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers) dedicated to create an open-sourced community for legal professionals.
Certified Information Privacy Professional and Managing Director, Ankura
Brian Segobiano is a Certified Information Privacy Professional and a Managing Director in Ankura’s Technology, Privacy and Cyber Risk Advisory practice. Brian focuses on implementing programs to operationalize compliance and risk management with the GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, and related data protection laws and frameworks. This includes solutions for data mapping, cyber and privacy risk assessments, and third party risk management.
Brian’s clients represent data-intensive industries such as genetic testing, medical device, connected health, pharmaceutical manufacturing, financial services, retail, and hospitality. Brian also has extensive experience supporting clients with complex disputes and investigations through data analytics, forensics, and e-discovery. In his free time, Brian is the president of the board for a non-profit youth sports organization which uses the sports of football and cheerleading as catalysts to teach young athletes from different backgrounds the values of diversity and teamwork and that our differences are a strength and not a divide.
Managing Director, Ankura
Joe Shepley, PhD has been involved in information management for 19 years, both as a businessperson and a consultant. He has worked across a range of industries, from financial services, insurance, and energy, to life sciences, health care, and manufacturing. He understands how good information governance allows organizations to achieve business goals and reduce risk.
Joe focuses on helping clients define the costs of poor information governance and articulate the tangible business that come from managing information properly. He is a frequent speaker at industry events (AIIM, ARMA, OpenText, IBM) and a prolific author on information governance (CMSWire, Oil and Gas Monitor, PCWorld, AIIM).