November 24th, 2020
11:00 AM PST
Data collection is not a departmental island — in fact, it’s crucial that key departments, including IT, legal, and compliance, work together to get the job done right. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done, and teams can often find themselves disjointed and unorganized when it comes to eDiscovery. As the need to easily find the right data across multiple SaaS applications continues to grow, bringing on the right eDiscovery tool can get to the heart of the issue.
Join Onna and HackerOne as we discuss how eDiscovery tools can not only enable faster collections but also empower organizations to redefine their cross-collaboration processes.
We will discuss:
- Must-have features for eDiscovery tools that can positively influence your people, processes, and technology
- Prioritizing employee privacy during investigations
- Getting the full context behind search results during investigations
- How to keep up with non-traditional data types
Head of IT & Workplaces
Aaron "Zander" Zander, Head of IT, HackerOne — An Information Technology professional with more than 10 years of diverse experience. A strong background in project management, customer service, and problem-solving. Working to create business efficient processes that increase ROI and create better experiences for end-users and teams. Internal Customers come first. HackerOne uses innovative IT and Security solutions to help warehouse some of its customers' most sensitive information, achieving SOC and ISO compliance as well as FedRAMP authorization.
Customer Success Manager
Eddie Salce is a Customer Success Manager at Onna, a Knowledge Integration Platform on a mission to make enterprise information accessible, useful, and private. Onna currently integrates with over 30 of today's most popular applications and helps companies with Compliance, Information Governance, eDiscovery, and more. As a Customer Success Manager, Eddie manages a portfolio of customers across various industries helping them develop their Information Governance and eDiscovery strategies. With a strong technical background, Eddie's expertise is working with customers to develop technical approaches to technical problems while developing implementation plans to meet unique use cases.