As we reported last week, Judy Selby has joined BDO Consulting from BakerHostetler to build up the company’s cybersecurity and cyber-insurance practice. As a managing director of technology advisory services for BDO Consulting, she will help companies address cybersecurity risks and transfer those risks through insurance.
Law360 is pleased to announce the formation of its 2016 Insurance editorial advisory board.
The purpose of the editorial advisory board is to get feedback on Law360’s coverage and to gain insight from experts in the field on how best to shape future coverage.
The members of the 2016 Insurance Law360 editorial advisory board are: See list
List originally posted here.
The value of insight is rarely doubted, but when it comes to company data, an enterprise’s knowledge is often ambiguous at best. While many IT departments have attempted to rectify company practices, tech habits that can vary significantly from employee to employee often render organizations vulnerable to security breaches, illegal behavior and compliance violations.
The day two plenary session at Legaltech New York, “Mitigating Risk with Information Governance and Insight,” brought together some of the best legal minds at the intersection of information governance (IG) and law in effort to shed light on how crucial it is for enterprises to develop a greater understanding of the data they possess. [Read more…]
I have the extraordinary pleasure of working for one of only a handful of women-owned eDiscovery companies. Considering the underrepresentation of women in the legal community, and the gross underrepresentation of women in the technology field, it’s a wonder that any of us are representing at the intersection of both fields.
I shout out to some of my personal favorite women in the industry, many that paved the way for us, like Judy Selby, an absolute firecracker, and eDiscovery pioneer who founded the eDiscovery Practice at Baker Hostetler. She now leads their Information Governance Practice. To the brilliant Karin Jenson, who commands a crowd, not just because she’s tall and beautiful, but because she is savvy and experienced, and not afraid to put her voice in the room. For Margaret [Read more…]
Ensuring that you have effective ethical standards and governance for using customer data can ensure that your organization gains the benefits of Big Data, while managing the associated risks. Consumers are likely to expect such transparency more and more, and a healthy dose of self-regulation may prove to be the best way to avoid outside regulation.
Judy has been featured in the October/November 2015 edition of The European Financial Review. You can read it here.
Lawyers Play a Big Role in Big Data Issues
Attorneys need to play a key role on issues related to data and big data as businesses face an increasing amount of regulation, laws, and rulings on data storage, collection, and processing. The management of data has become more complex due to the the increased amount of data being generated to produce value. Lawyers must be aware of the risks that come along with big data use and collection, such as data breaches, and illegal and unethical uses of the data that businesses collect.
Judy Selby was quoted in this article. To read the full article click here.