What: Lighthouse thought leaders are slated to moderate three educational sessions with panels of industry experts for ALM’s virtual Legalweek conference on February 2, February 4, and March 16.
In the first session entitled, Reinventing the Model: Leveraging AI and Analytics to Detect Privilege, Lighthouse’s Rob Hellewell, alongside Sara Lockman of Walmart and Christian J. Mahoney of Cleary Gottlieb, will discuss how industry leaders are leveraging cutting-edge technology to rapidly identify privilege and reduce their overall spend and risk.
In the second session, You Shall Not Pass: Using AI and Analytics to Guard Personal Information, Jenya Moshkovich of Genentech and Jennifer Swanton of Medtronic will discuss with Hellewell how to utilize the advances in AI and analytics to efficiently identify PII and protected health information (PHI) within large volumes of data.
For the March session, Leveraging Microsoft 365 in a Post-Schrems II World, the focus turns to the Schrems II decision to invalidate the EU-US Privacy Shield and the far-reaching ramifications for cross-border data transfers and cloud computing. Lighthouse’s Jamie Brown and Damian Murphy will discuss the high-impact challenges related to Microsoft 365 and outline a way forward with panelists Emily Dimond of PNC Bank and David Cox of Volkswagen Group of America.
When: Reinventing the Model: Leveraging AI and Analytics to Detect Privilege
Tuesday, February 2, 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. ET
You Shall Not Pass: Using AI and Analytics to Guard Personal Information
Thursday, February 4, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. ET
Leveraging Microsoft 365 in a Post-Schrems II World
Tuesday, March 16, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m. ET
To register and see the full schedule of Legalweek events, click here.
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