Information governance is an immense space—we are just beginning to learn the dimensions and shape of the field and the requirements.
But we now know one thing–that any professional that helps create or manage digital information must be able to navigate the vocabularies and collections of rules that come from different lands—law, technology, information security, records management, compliance.
That is why, in every training, you are exposed to, and gain an ability to recognize the markers from these different fields.
Here is a selection of some of the training programs I have presented and can offer to you and your organization. Each of these programs are capable of being adapted into one-half day programs though most are designed as full day workshops.
Many of these do address e-discovery—the business process of finding and managing digital information as evidence. But there we have seen, just as with the Year 2000 crisis, the “perfect storm” in which these different fields crash together. It is where the building blocks for effective information governance are finding their shape and structure.
- Mapping Information Governance—A Structured Process for Gaining Control
- Outsourcing—A Lifecycle for Effective Governance
- Contracting for Security—Implementing 29 Steps for Effective Control in the Cloud
- Understanding Electronically Stored Information as Evidence
- Interviewing a Computer—a Guide to Finding the Truth inside Computers
- Calculating the Costs of Finding Information—A Workshop on Measuring the Economics for New IT
- Managing E-Discovery as a Process—A Two-Day Workshop on Building Solutions
- Law Firm Services—Buy or Build the Management of ESI?
- Essential Electronic Discovery Strategies for Success
- Building a Defensible Corporate E-Discovery Program
- Proving the Reliability of Electronic Evidence
- Finding the Electronic Truth—Preparing for Custodian Depositions
- Breaking the Stone Wall: Strategies to Defeat ESI Defenses
- 55 Metrics—Scoring a Law Firm as a Service Provider in a Digital World