8 June 2021
Organisations are tasked with finding documents across the entirety of their data holdings for many reasons. This session covered what a “search all the things” project can look like. What does it cost? How long does it take? What are common pitfalls?
Organisations are tasked with finding documents across the entirety of their data holdings for many reasons including: understanding data location across the enterprise for compliance with internal policies and regulatory compliance requirements; producing documents/data in response to legal proceedings and investigations; and document security reviews arising from the restructuring of government agencies.
Enterprise-wide searching often includes legacy systems not configured to enable searching, which together with the constant growth in data being collected and stored means the costs and risks involved in searching, reviewing and producing relevant records are significant for organisations.
This virtual discussion covered what a “search all the things” project can look like. What does it cost? How long does it take? What are common pitfalls?
Peter Fetzer is an independent consultant based in Sydney with over twenty years working in the data governance, digital forensics and eDiscovery fields. Recent engagements include ongoing consulting to a top tier law firm to develop their eDiscovery technology stack, and consulting to a large federal government agency to designing and delivering a custom project to scan and find responsive content across 250 terabytes stored across their network. Peter has undertaken multiple digital forensic engagements and acted as an Amicus Curiae as a digital forensic expert.
Susan Bennett, InfoGovANZ Founder & Executive Director facilitated an interactive discussion with Peter and attendees for their insights and views on running global data searches.
- The kinds of global search projects you can undertake
- The costs associated with searching
- Timeframes required for comprehensive projects
- Pitfalls and traps to avoid
- The role & importance of data governance
Date: June 08, 2021
Start time: 12:00 AEDT
End time: 01:00 AEDT
Venue: Zoom Meeting
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