Ediscovery webinar… Hanzo bring stellar lineup to discuss challenges collecting social media – 19 December
Industry experts discuss the importance of social media to business and the challenges it presents compliance and ediscovery workflows
Hanzo, a pioneer in developing dynamic web archiving technology for compliance and ediscovery professionals, today announced a stellar lineup of industry experts presenting in the webinar, “How to Win Using Native Format to Capture Social Media Data,” on December 19, 2018. This special event will include a discussion about the importance of social media to business communications and the ensuing challenges it presents for ediscovery and compliance in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The webinar will also share strategic insights and best practices for defensible social media collection and real-world stories from the field.
Social media is a valuable way to communicate with customers, but many heavily regulated financial firms shy away from its use, fearing that regulatory compliance will be too difficult. Organizations can also find social media to be critical in ediscovery because it offers a rare window into people’s daily thoughts and activities, even after those people have become embroiled in litigation.
Recent data privacy and security discussions have impacted the use of APIs for social media collections. In this webinar industry experts from legal to corporate will share their experiences with how organizations use and deal with social media in the course of their business. They’ll discuss the risk and challenges surrounding compliance and eDiscovery collections, and explore what is driving organizations toward superior native-format collections.
– Mark A. Smolik, General Counsel Chief Compliance Officer, DHL Supply Chain Americas
– Michael Quartararo, Managing Director, eDPM Advisory Services
– Steve Tanner, Social Media & Online Communities Lead, Relativity
– Evan Gumz, Senior Account Executive, EDiscovery, Hanzo
Register for the webinar, How to Win Using Native Format to Capture Social Media Data
Date: Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Time: 1:30 pm ET