The 9th Annual ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery Law and Technology Conference kicked off its first day today, and was packed full of exciting and informative sessions. The eDiscovery conference focuses on the practical and emerging issues affecting the practice of law in the digital age.
Today, attendees sat through multiple concurrent and plenary sessions discussing these issues and were involved in the informative discussions afterward.
Starting the conference off, Keynote Joel Wallenstrom presented the first speech of the two day session, with his presentation “Do your Employees Trust You? Should They? Do you Care?”
Wallenstrom is the CEO and President of Wickr and is a world-renowned security expert. He has led top white hat hacker teams responding to some of the most high profile incidents in the past decade. Wallenstrom discussed the impact end-to-end encryption can have on companies that have employees utilizing these apps.
Other speakers throughout today include Michael Burg from Zillow and Aneesh Mehta from Microsoft, to discuss eWork and the platforms popping up promising to make our work lives easier. They discussed what to look for when adopting a new platform into your workplace as well as data storage for high ranking programs like Slack, Microsoft Teams and more.
If you were unable to make it to our eDiscovery conference stay tuned for our eDiscovery series, where we will dive into various panels and presentations we have at the conference this year.