A Case Study of Massive Proportions – Defensible Deletion
Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Gain control with the ability to make content-based decisions over any size data. In the average organization, 50-70% of the data held is ROT – redundant, obsolete or trivial. Dispose of the ROT and reduce storage management costs, speed up e-discovery and investigations, and switch off obsolete systems.
Hear how a large U.S. corporate institution, amidst an environment of ongoing litigation, dealt with more than 3.1 billion emails (more than 300 terabytes) stored in old archives. By developing a sound process to extract and understand potentially relevant information and defensibly deleting the rest, the institution saved tens of millions in storage, software, and management costs.
Our expert panel will share their experience implementing a deliberate information governance program. The focus will be on how to establish a defensible deletion process that is both accountable and repeatable, and allows organizations to identify, categorize, and manage all of their data across multiple applications, systems, and geographical locations.
- Anthony Diana
- Mayer Brown
As a co-leader of Mayer Brown’s Electronic Discovery and Records Management group, Mr. Diana has counseled large financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers on all aspects of the discovery and management of electronic information, including: the development of policies and procedures for the preservation, collection, review, and production of electronically stored information; the development of data source catalogues, disclosures, and responses relating to electronically stored information; the remediation of large volumes of legacy data (paper and electronic); and the defense of electronic discovery procedures before federal regulators and the courts.
- Daniel L. Regard
- CEO and Managing Director
- Intelligent Discovery Solutions
Daniel L. Regard is a nationally recognized electronic evidence and case management expert with 20 years of experience consulting to legal and corporate entities. A programmer and an attorney by training, Mr. Regard has conducted system investigations, created data collections, and managed discovery on some of the highest profile financial investigations of the last decade.
- Stephen L. Stewart
- Chief Technology Officer
With over twelve years of experience, Stephen has worked with numerous enterprise customers to design, deploy, and support email and file archiving solutions for regulatory compliance and eDiscovery objectives. As the Chief Technology Officer at Nuix, he is responsible for evolving Nuix’s forensic technologies into a leading solution in the eDiscovery and corporate investigation markets. Stephen previously worked at ESI Strategies, the consulting division of RVM, was the Subject Matter Expert for Discovery and Archiving at CommVault and spent seven years at EMC enabling customers to build processes to effectively respond to electronic discovery requests. He is a frequent speaker in both the legal and IT communities regarding the challenges of e-mail archiving, discovery and data management.
Mark Chardack, CEO, North America, Nuix