From Security to Savings: Benchmarking Your InfoGov Program Against Peers


According to ACC’s 2018 survey of CLOs, the top three issues keeping CLOs up at night are regulatory or governmental changes (74%), data breaches (70%), and information privacy (68%). Information governance lies at the heart of all three of these issues, and is a key reason why organizations are transforming how they manage, protect and access data. Yet not all information governance programs are equal, or have the executive buy-in, staffing or budgets to achieve meaningful results.

Attend this webcast to learn the specifics – budgets, priorities, quantifiable results – of how corporations are building and managing information governance programs. This webcast will feature survey results from a recent Bloomberg study benchmarking information governance programs across a number of key vertical industries.

Educational Objectives:

Attendees can expect to learn:

  • How to measure their existing programs against industry averages
  • How companies are measuring the effectiveness of information governance programs
  • How to build a business case for information governance, incorporating the benchmarking results

Who would benefit most from attending this program?

Analyst/Specialist, Attorney/Counsel, Board Member, Finance, General Counsel, Managing Partner, Of Counsel, Operations, Paralegal, Partner, Practice Group Leader


T. Sean Kelly
Senior Director, FTI Consulting

T. Sean Kelly is a Senior Director within the Technology segment at FTI Consulting and is based in Philadelphia. As part of the Information Governance, Privacy and Security practice of FTI Technology, Mr. Kelly advises clients on all aspects of e-discovery and information lifecycle management, with particular focus on developing and implementing legal hold processes and technology as well as the legal impacts of migrating to Microsoft 365. He leverages more than a decade of experience in both legal technology and litigation support to advise clients on evolving technologies, including cloud-based repositories, dynamic social media platforms, and the shifting landscape associated with cross-border transactions for global enterprises.

Mr. Kelly understands the importance of legal and e-discovery teams having a seat at the decision-making table and how to align an organization’s legal needs with those of cross-functional teams. He provides clients with strategies for change management, obtaining collaborative, cross-department sponsorship, and effective employee training and strategic communications to support IG efforts. Mr. Kelly specializes in the design and implementation of defensible discovery strategies for the preservation, collection, analysis, review, and production of electronically stored information (ESI).

Deana Uhl
Senior Director, FTI Consulting

Deana Uhl is a Senior Director in the FTI Technology practice and is based in Houston. Ms. Uhl provides consulting to corporate clients, with a focus on designing, implementing and enabling change management for information governance, data privacy, data security and e-discovery programs. Ms. Uhl has particular expertise in advising oil and gas companies on the processes and technology to effectively address legal and regulatory matters and improve information quality and life cycle management to support operational excellence.

Ms. Uhl has more than two decades of experience building effective e-discovery and information governance teams across IT, legal and line management. Prior to joining FTI Technology, Ms. Uhl managed the information governance program at Marathon Oil Company, where she led the strategic development and execution of a holistic data management program that encompassed data privacy and security. This included developing a data governance strategy aligned with industry best practices, evaluating and recommending various process and technology solutions, collaborating with stakeholders throughout the organization, managing a dynamic team, and providing expert witness testimony on the results.

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