Data Privacy Implications of Cloud-Based Social Collaboration Apps
Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019
1 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time
An array of cloud-based workplace collaboration tools and messaging applications have become standard inside organizations around the globe. Yet many companies are unable to control the growth, management and discovery of the data within these applications. Oftentimes third parties host the data, but lack standard export workflows or preservation policies and process, making it difficult to obtain, quantify or assess. And, perhaps most importantly for those concerned with privacy, these applications are often engineered to prioritize individual user privacy, at the risk of enabling any sort of organized governance.
Attend this webcast to learn:
- How cloud-based apps can run afoul of US and EU data privacy regulations;
- How to leverage advanced analytics and policies to better protect data;
- Case studies from leading organizations on balancing data privacy and cloud-based applications.
T. Sean Kelly
Senior Director, Information Governance, Privacy & Security, FTI Consulting
Of Counsel, Data Discovery Strategies, Shook Hardy & Bacon