How to Stay Compliant with Mobile
About The Webinar
The number of employees taking their work mobile is on the rise and firms are facing potential risks as a result of this influx of new collaboration tools. These shifting demographics are causing organizations to support new tools for business communications. How can firms drive productivity and offer remote working options while staying compliant? We will cover the advantages to giving employees the tools they need to communicate and how to use technologies to help mitigate the risk these dynamic communication tools create.
Listen to industry experts Robert Cruz, Sean Moshir and Brandon Leatha to learn about:
- Key mobility challenges in today’s work from home environment
- How tools like WeChat and WhatsApp create new challenges for information governance programs
- How to prepare for the new normal of mobile communications
Panelists For the Webinar
VP of Information Governance,
Robert Cruz is Vice President of Information Governance at Smarsh. He has more than 20 years of experience in providing thought leadership on emerging topics including cloud computing, information governance, and Discovery cost and risk reduction.
Co-Founder, CEO and Chairman,
Sean Moshir, CellTrust’s co-founder, CEO and Chairman pioneered the multi-billion dollar patch management industry, which now secures over 90% of enterprise IT systems around the world, when he founded PatchLink in 1991 (now part of Ivanti) prior to founding CellTrust in 2006. Recently named Arizona Business Leader in Cybersecurity for 2020, for over three decades Mr. Moshir has been recognized internationally as a cybersecurity visionary and software innovator. Anticipating that the mobile enterprise would face many of the same security and compliance challenges they faced at the dawn of the Internet, Sean led CellTrust to become a leader in secure and compliant mobile communication. Awarded Productivity App of the Year 2019, CellTrust SL2™ helps those operating in the financial services, government and healthcare industries to manage and archive text messaging, voice and chat communications. SL2 balances mobile productivity, risk, control and enforces regulatory compliance. SL2 is licensed by hundreds of enterprises, with tens of thousands of users across 100+ countries, who count on it every day. Paredes was a professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis before joining the SEC. He also has been a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School, a Distinguished Scholar in Residence at NYU School of Law, and a Distinguished Policy Fellow and Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Paredes co-hosts a podcast on fintech called “Appetite for Disruption.” Paredes holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from UC Berkeley and earned his J.D. from Yale Law School.
Founder and CEO,
Leatha Consulting LLC
Brandon Leatha, the Founder, and CEO of Leatha Consulting LLC, is an expert in digital forensics, e-Discovery, and data analytics. With over 18 years of technology consulting experience, he advises clients on digital forensic investigations, e-Discovery, and cybersecurity. Mr. Leatha has extensive experience with enterprise software including both on premise and cloud-based email, database, line-of-business applications, and custom software solutions.