July 17, 2018 EDT, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies present many benefits for both employees and companies, but they also bring unwanted risk associated with allowing individuals to access and share company information through non-monitored personal devices.
AccessData and Corporate Counsel Business Journal have partnered on a survey of Corporate Legal professionals to identify current BYOD trends and concerns, and understand the impact it is having on e-discovery. Join us for this one-hour webinar where we will review the findings of this exclusive survey and highlight best practices for organizations allowing personal device use for business purposes, to help ensure data is protected and accessible in the event of e-discovery.
This webinar is generously sponsored by AccessData.
Meet our presenters:
Director of Product Management, AccessData
Tod joined AccessData in 2008 as a Product Support Technician for Discovery Cracker, moving into roles within Global Support and now most recently, Product Management. As Director of Product Management, Tod is responsible for interacting with customers to understand their data problems and determine how AccessData can bring products to market that address those challenges. Tod earned his Computer Science degree from UNF with a minor in Business Administration. He currently resides in Florida with his wife and six children.
Co-founder of Law Business Media and Publisher of Corporate Counsel Business Journal
Kristin Calve is co-founder of Law Business Media and Publisher of Corporate Counsel Business Journal (formerly Metropolitan Corporate Counsel), an integrated digital and print media platform that celebrates its 25th year of providing cutting-edge news and analysis to corporate law departments, executives and board members in 2018. Kristin is a former ALM executive where she helped launch the Daily Deal and created and led the VerdictSearch division of the NLJ Litigation Network. Prior to ALM, Kristin held key leadership positions at other media companies, including A&E/The History Channel International. She is the founder of Topstone Angels, which focuses on funding and advising early-stage companies.