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Information Governance Symposium: Data governance on the move: Keeping mobile data safe
The use of mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and new wearable technology is quickly becoming common in the corporate setting, and organizations are reaping the benefits: Studies have shown mobile device use in a corporate setting improve productivity and employee satisfaction. But mobility often creates numerous unforeseen information governance obstacles for businesses as they struggle with issues such as access, proper mobile data security and privacy assurance.
Enter this interactive, online learning environment to learn more about the evolution of mobile device use in the corporate setting, and how to adapt information management processes accordingly. Topics covered will include:
- Extending compliance controls to mobile devices
- Overcoming mobile devices' e-discovery complications
- Ensuring employee privacy
- And much more
SpeakerJeffrey Ritter Esq.
Jeffrey Ritter is one of the nation's experts in the converging complexity of information governance, security, the use of digital information as evidence and the emergence of cloud-based services. He advises companies and governments on successful strategies for managing digital information with legal and business value. He is currently developing and teaching courses on information governance at Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School of Engineering and Georgetown University Law.