Recent fines for poor data retention practices – including a £275,000 fine imposed by the Information Commissioner’s Office on Doorstop Dispensaree in December 2019 – have increased awareness of the need to ensure that organisations have the right data retention policies and practices in place.
It is estimated that up to 70% of an organisation’s unstructured data is redundant, obsolete and trivial, which creates enormous risk to potential cyber threats, as well as exposure to regulations such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation for non-compliance in handling and deleting data accordingly.
Lexology has teamed up with Exterro to give you answers to the following questions:
This webinar will also provide practical tips on how to operationalise data retention and give you the opportunity to ask your own burning questions.
Host Stuart Davidson (Exterro) will be joined by Judy Krieg (Fieldfisher) and Nina Bryant (FTI Consulting).
European Marketing Director at Exterro
Stuart Davidson is the European marketing director at Exterro, the leading provider of e-discovery and information governance software specifically designed for in-house legal, privacy and IT teams at Global 2000 and Am Law 200 organisations.
With software solutions that span the full e-discovery lifecycle and support privacy and information governance initiatives, Exterro helps some of the world’s largest organisations work smarter and more efficiently.
Senior Director at FTI Consulting
Nina Bryant is a senior director in FTI’s technology consulting practice, working in the EMEA information governance, privacy and security practice. She is an experienced privacy and information lifecycle governance thought leader and expert in leading complex global regulatory, privacy, IT and business transformation programmes to deliver world-class solutions. She specialises in combining information governance knowledge across legal, IT, compliance, privacy and risk – aligning stakeholders and building global business transformation programmes which drive changes in culture and behaviour, underpinned by effective policies, processes and technology.
Partner – Privacy, Security and Information at Fieldfisher
Judy Krieg is a partner in the privacy, security and information group at Fieldfisher in London. She is a UK and US qualified lawyer, and holds Certified Information Privacy Professional (Europe) status.
Her expertise includes all aspects of implementing the GDPR as well as the California Consumer Privacy Act. She regularly implements and updates privacy compliance programmes, assesses privacy and cyber risk (including in connection with mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures), and leads personal data breach investigations and reports to regulators and data subjects.
In her spare time, Judy is studying for a master’s degree in software and systems security at the computer science department, University of Oxford.