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Season 6 – Episode 3

Reducing Cybersecurity Burdens with a Customized Data Breach Workflow

Episode Summary: The financial burden of a data breach now averages $3.86 million per business, but the efficiency with which a company is able to respond to the breach can significantly reduce that cost. In this episode, Bill and Rob talk to Jeremiah Weasenforth of Orrick about how to create a customized data breach workflow that can significantly reduce an organization’s burden in the unfortunate event of a data breach.

Jeremiah Weasenforth

Managing Project Attorney, Orrick

Jeremiah Weasenforth is the Managing Project Attorney in the Orrick Analytics group. Jeremiah manages a team of attorneys and technical non-attorneys that utilize technology and project management discipline to assist with litigation and transactional tasks. Jeremiah’s focus is bringing efficiency to all aspects of such tasks through the use of technology and sound process.

Jeremiah develops and implements workflows around the use of artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, and machine learning by assessing case goals and strategy. This includes implementing a broad array of tools designed to achieve cost savings for clients, including predictive analytics, structured analytics, sentiment analysis, and concept analysis technology. Jeremiah has significant experience managing discovery tasks from early case assessment through trial. Jeremiah regularly consults with Orrick attorneys and clients on complex data issues in discovery.

Jeremiah writes and frequently speaks on the use of advanced analytics, including the challenges associated with unique aspects of litigation.

Season 6 – Episode 4

Tackling Modern Attachment and Link Challenges in G-Suite, Slack, and Teams

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The podcast wholly devoted to pursuing the legal technology revolution. Co-hosts Bill Mariano and Rob Hellewell explore the impacts and possibilities that new technology is creating by streamlining workflows for ediscovery, compliance, and information governance.

Bill Mariano

Rob Hellewell

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