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Information Governance Symposium: Leverage predictive coding, analytics tech for information governance


As organizations' data volume continues to grow at an exponential rate, information governance is vital for proper litigation response, to maintain compliance and to stay secure. The huge amount of data organizations are responsible for, however, sometimes makes effective information governance a daunting proposition. As a result, predictive coding use is gaining traction as organizations seek tools to aid in data organization/classification, assist data security and even provide business efficiencies. Enter this interactive, online learning environment to learn more about predictive coding and how the technology provides numerous business-related information governance benefits. Topics covered will include:

  • Data governance benefits of predictive coding
  • Using predictive coding for data classification
  • The business value of predictive coding tools
  • And much more


Leigh Isaacs director of records and information governance at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP

Leigh Isaacs, CIP, is director of records and information governance at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, in Washington, DC. Isaacs assists with records management engagements, and her experience includes deployment of enterprise programs, development of information management policies, creation of retention schedules and on- and off-site storage considerations.

28 Jan 2014
31 Jan 2014
Virtual Environment

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