HaystackID is pleased to partner with ABA by sponsoring the Cross-Border Institute 2022 in Amsterdam on July 21-22, 2022. Join international privacy, cybersecurity, and eDiscovery thought leaders.
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is a U.S. government interagency committee with the responsibility to review foreign investments in U.S. businesses and real estate transactions for national security implications. CFIUS is ultimately concerned with protecting the national security of the U.S. via a National Security Agreement (NSA) with the business. With a solid understanding of CFIUS requirements, roles, and responsibilities, IT Security, Compliance, Privacy, Information Governance, and Legal Discovery professionals can successfully navigate the difficulties of CFIUS compliance challenges and fulfill business objectives.
Hosted by the EDRM and led by two of the world’s leading cybersecurity, information governance, and legal discovery digital forensics experts, this presentation will share the foundational basics of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs, discuss an examination of raw data on blockchain ledgers, research specific addresses and transactions as part of an investigational process, and consider NFTs from an investigational and eDiscovery perspective.
Data mining has increasingly become one of the largest expenses during a cyber incident, often leaving claims professionals with blown budgets and insured clients in high-risk scenarios when assumptions about their data (and what may lurk within) dictate the operationalized response towards providing notice to affected parties after a breach.
Join HaystackID as we partner with The Master's Conference by sponsoring and presenting during the event on September 21 in the New York office of Morgan Lewis. The Master's is the leading legal technology conference that brings together industry experts to share knowledge and explore topics and solutions tailored specifically to their everyday challenges.
As privacy continues to move to the forefront of not only information consideration but of business concern for today's cyber, data, and legal discovery professionals, it is increasingly important for those responsible for the planning, implementation, and management of privacy programs to have a firm understanding of the current and future landscape of privacy legislation and regulation.