The Legal Aspects of Managing & Using Big Data

At Experian we believe that big data is good. Good for our economy; good for consumers and good for society. In this #DataTalk, we had a chance to talk with Judy Selby, Esq. about the legal aspects of managing and using big data.

Judy Selby is a lawyer, speaker, writer, and legal technologist. She is the co-leader of BakerHostetler’s Information Governance team and founded the E-discovery and Technology Management team. Judy counsels clients on ways to avoid information-related liability; including issues like: privacy, data breaches, information governance, cyber insurance and insurance coverage matters).

You can learn more about Judy Selby by visiting her website, following her on Twitter, or connecting with her on LinkedIn.

You’ll Learn …

  • Why Companies Need to Be Careful When Taking on Big Data Projects
  • When a Company Should Get Legal Guidance & Policies
  • The Types of Data Policies That Should Get Created 
  • The Challenges Organizations Have When Creating Information Governance Programs
  • Easy Mistakes Companies Make When Developing IG Programs
  • What Teams Should Be Involved in IG Programs
  • Mistakes Companies Make When Collecting Data
  • Key Industries That Need to Be Cautious About Their Data
  • Types of Disclosures Companies Need to Create When Storing Data
  • Why Companies Need to Build a Data Breach Response Team
  • How Companies Can Protect Themselves When Selling/Using Data

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