March 22, 2018 EDT, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Legal departments are tasked with managing more data, from more sources than ever before, during e-discovery. The exponential growth of data sets, coupled with the need to reduce cost while still ensuring data security and privacy, can feel overwhelming.
We’ve seen a rapid migration to the cloud by corporations as a way of managing data, reducing overhead expense, improving efficiency and collaboration, and gaining other advantages. But the movement to the cloud can also present some challenges, especially when e-discovery requires collection of data from cloud platforms.
Join EDRM and AccessData for a thoughtful discussion on the challenges and advantages of e-discovery and the cloud, where we’ll cover:
This webinar is generously sponsored by AccessData.
Senior Director of Operations
Marc Cressall is senior director of operations for AccessData, where he leads the company’s Operations, IT, Cloud Initiatives and Global Support. Marc has a background in security, IT, and cloud technology/experience. Before joining AccessData, he was with Connexion Point, serving as their Director of R&D/Director of Compliance and Infrastructure where he oversaw IT and Operations, Development and support teams, as well as crisis management for this healthcare service and technology company. While with Connexion Point, Marc created scalability standards for an AWS hosted telephony and scripting application, along with ensuring compliance with client security audits, making improvements to infrastructure systems.
Digital Forensics & eDiscovery Manager
Trent provides computer forensics, cell phone forensics, and e-discovery solutions to his clients at Eide Bailly. Whether it’s investigating intellectual property theft, assisting a law enforcement agency or sifting through cell phone data in a family law case, Trent’s goal is to uncover the truth for his clients. He has provided court expert testimony in various cases, led criminal digital forensics investigations for multiple law enforcement agencies; provided digital forensic services in numerous cases including commercial litigation, IP theft, fraud, homicide, bank robbery, family law, and internal affairs. Trent serves as an adjunct instructor at Utah Valley University and has lectured at Brigham Young University and University of Utah law schools.