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Reflections on ILTACON 2019

Another year, another ILTACON. That makes 11 of the past 15 that I have been lucky enough to attend. It was a well-attended conference this year, record-breaking in fact, and I congratulate the organizers for an event marked by deeper peer-to-peer engagement than previous years. There are two questions I kept finding myself asking this year’s attendees:(...)

One Year Later: GDPR Fines Heating Up

How regulatory enforcement has impacted those doing business in the EU On July 8, British Airways was faced with a record $230 million fine under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) [source: CNN] for a data breach that compromised the private information of nearly 500,000 customers. Since its implementation on May 25, 2018, GDPR has forced swe(...)

Knovos summit helps auto manufacturers gain power over data

On June 17, Knovos in collaboration with its technology partner The Intellects, held its inaugural P.O.D Summit, a one-of-a-kind initiative to help industries gain power over data. Held at the Regenta RPJ Rajkot, the event was attended by many key players in the thriving local automotive industry, from IT directors to CEOs. Knovos CEO Dharmesh S(...)

Podcast: Discussing the need for eDiscovery education & Relevance of EDRM Diagram

EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model)/Duke Law podcast series, launched in 2018, recently had the pleasure of including special guest, co-Founder of the EDRM, George Socha, Managing Director in BDO’s Technology and Business Transformation Services practice.  George’s remarks regarding the need for eDiscovery education and the continued relevance of t(...)

Excluding Auto-saved Messages Saves Valuable eDiscovery Time

When writing and sending e-mails via a Webmail service, an auto-saving function can be a real lifesaver. In the world of eDiscovery, however, auto-saved e-mails can prove a costly and time-consuming burden. Auto-saving does exactly what it sounds like — automatically saves drafts of your e-mail messages as you type them, with data regularly moved from your W(...)