All times below for the listed sessions are Europe / London Time.
Take a comparative look at how business disputes and government investigations are handled in the United States and in the UK, and the contrasting rules and the collision between U.S. discovery and UK law. Join us to learn practical steps companies should consider and how new approaches, including advanced technology, may help to bridge the EU vs. U.S. divide.
GDPR experts can agree on one thing: Unstructured content is one of the largest challenges standing in the way of strong information governance, and risking 4% of your global revenues. Join Powerhouses Mastercard, GoDaddy, and EY as they talk about the new disruptive field of Social GDPR, and the effect of unstructured content. You'll be enlightened by the risks, the opportunities, and how to develop a future-proof strategy for controlling up to 30% of your content that's "hidden in plain sight."
What you'll learn:
Cycle time management: Hear what today’s leading experts are doing to reduce disclosure cycle time when collecting web content.
Smart policies: Learn the who, what, where, why, and how’s of using communication platforms like Slack, Yammer, and Confluence.
Search, target, review: Find the information that matters, how to workspace connectivity and integration techniques.
The GDPR: Protect, Govern and Know your Data by balancing Technical and Organisational Measures. This panel will be focused on the governance side and how to protect rou self from the challenges we face with the many different technical challenges crossed with GDPR.
Remember how amazed we were at The Jetsons’ way of life? We admired the flying cars, instant video calls and robot that seemed to make life so much easier. Now, in the 21st century, we’re finally watching how these technologies are affecting our lives. While having a robot to do the housework would certainly make life at home easier, what would artificial intelligence mean for your business?
Chances are that you already interact with AI on a regular basis, perhaps without even realizing it. Those phone bots that you repeatedly ask for a live representative are powered by AI. Siri, Alexa, Google Home and others in the same category are all functionalities of AI that have quickly become part of our daily lives. For many businesses, however, companies have been more hesitant to adapt.
While some jobs might be phased out eventually, the goal of incorporating AI into business is to increase efficiency by automating certain tasks. This means that instead of having employees focus on time consuming busy work, more time will be spent on the things that matter.
Take the insurance industry for example. Even in the age of social media and endless digital content, when a claim is flagged as potentially fraudulent, insurance companies are still hiring traditional private investigators to research. This is incredibly time consuming, especially when a substantial amount of evidence may be present on social media. Instead of spending hours taking screenshots of Facebook and Twitter updates, wouldn’t it be better to have an automated system to handle it?
This panel will discuss forces that are changing how corporations and law firms approach disclosure. Learn how to become a master of your data with practical ways to leverage technology so that you can focus on what’s most essential to accomplish your goals. The panelists will cover the best strategies and techniques to help you improve your processes.