Please join WiE Silicon Valley's next monthly meeting. Kimberly Quan, our Chapter’s Assistant Director is our dynamic speaker on “eDiscovery After the Breach.” If you haven’t yet had to deal with a data breach, experts say you will (or already have and just aren’t aware). Inevitably, there will be a need to respond to regulatory demands and class actions lawsuits. This session will discuss the data-related practical considerations and exercises that will help you avoid some common pitfalls.
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About our speaker:
Kimberly Quan leads eDiscovery and Digital Investigations at Juniper Networks, Inc., concentrating on operational efficiency and maturity. She is a key member of the Juniper IT Security Team that focuses on Forensics, eDiscovery, Data Loss Prevention, and Information Governance (IG).
Prior to Juniper, Kimberly engaged with clients on behalf of her own boutique consulting firm, KayQueue LLC and, before that, notable global public consulting firms. She has led regional and global engagements with clients in the Americas, Asia Pacific and EMEA with IG and incident response projects that also involved other disciplines, such as data preservation, project management (agile, waterfall, and blended), and change management. Her cross-discipline and cross-domain experience lead to the identification of and managing against risk. Kimberly assisted Farmers Insurance Group with building a world-class information governance and litigation support program, which program was honored in 2017 with ARMA International's highest award, Excellence for An Organization. She is currently Assistant Chapter Director of the Silicon Valley chapter of Women in eDiscovery, Program Director of the San Francisco Chapter of ISSA, Vice-Chair of the Pacific region for InfraGard SIG, and has been active as a board member of the High Technology Crime Investigators Association (HTCIA) and a member of several other associations, including EDRM, ISACA, ABA, etc.
Thank you to Transperfect for sponsoring our luch!