Corporate Counsel Panel – Information Governance
We’re living in a world of exponential data growth, with data doubling every year. Organizations of every size are challenged with how to manage that information. We face a range of issues: security, privacy, litigation, compliance, record keeping, access. Then there are all sorts of new tools and techniques, including analytics, that can be used to manage and understand information increasingly in the form of Big Data.
Is your firm up-to-date in this area of the law? Are you protecting your — and your clients’ — data? In this panel discussion, attorneys from various companies and firms will discuss the introduction and best practices for Information Governance.
Attendees will leave with answers to the following questions:
- What is Information Governance and how is it different than Records Management?
- What are best practices for setting up Information Protection Programs?
- What is the Corporate Policy Impact on your company?
- What are frequent issues with M&A Risks and Challenges as it relates to Information Governance?
- What are challenges posed by regulatory compliance with federal and state regulations such as GDPR, NYDFS, GLBA, and HIPAA
Daniel Patrick Murphy, Jr.
University of Kentucky College of Law Assistant Dean of Community Engagement & Diversity
Partner, Graydon Law
Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Practice Area
Stephanie Maw Booher, IGP
Information Lifecycle Governance Manager at Fifth Third Bank
Member, Frost Brown Todd
Privacy and Information Security Practice Area
Senior Counsel – Privacy & Data Protection, GE Aviation
Senior Counsel, Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center
$30 LMA Members
*1.5 Hours of Kentucky and Ohio CLE Credit Pending