Remotely Secured: Data Governance for Remote Workforces
Remote work is here to stay. It is no longer an exception to the norm in the way the world views the way we work now and how we continue to work in the future. Join LAW for part one of a two-part series in examining remote work in terms of advising clients and internal considerations. The speakers will focus on information governance, privacy, collection, and security in terms of advising clients how to have an effective and efficient data culture.
In February, a roundtable with members of the in-house counsel community will discuss how the shift to remote work, what it has done for them and what they are relying on outside counsel for.
Mallory Acheson (Maier) Head of the Legal Data Analytics Team and Joelle Hupp who practices in the Litigation and Privacy Compliance of Nelson Mullins will present.
Mallory Acheson (Maier)
Program produced by Sara Anne Quinn and Valerie Diden Moore.