End-to-End Management of the Insider Risk in the Hybrid Work World

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 56 minutes
Recorded Date: July 14, 2021
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  • Compliant Work Environment and Secure Assets
  • Communication Compliance
  • Insider Risk Management
  • Advanced eDiscovery
Runtime: 56 minutes
Recorded: July 14, 2021


Over the past year, the shift to remote and hybrid work has meant our customers have navigated a digital transformation in the span of a few weeks or even days. With such rapid transformation, the number of communications sent over digital communication platforms has grown exponentially.

This new work environment can be disorienting for employees while they navigate a blended environment of work and home and also pose new risks for employers. While organizations seek out emerging technology to empower employees to do their best work, they also need to manage risk in communications to protect company assets and flag sharing of concerning content and compliance violations such as potential conflict of the interest.

In addition, insider risks are also increasing and if an incident like IP theft or confidential data leakage happens organizations need to react quickly and conduct effective investigations while still ensuring that end-user privacy is protected. Join this session to learn how processes, people and technology can be used to address insider risks organizations face.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek 2021 Virtual Conference on July 14th, 2021.

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Erin Miyake

Principal Program Manager, Insider Risk Management

Erin is a program manager working on Microsoft 365 Insider Risk Management. Prior to this role, Erin was an insider risk practitioner at Microsoft.

Jenny Li

Program Manager, Communications Compliance

Jenny is a Program Manager in M365 Security, Compliance, and Marketing working in the Communication Compliance solution. With a background in engineering, Jenny is deeply invested in Communication Compliance’s machine learning/AI initiatives to better serve customers with the power of cutting edge technology and now strives to contribute to the compliance space from the program management discipline.

Jon Monheit

CELA, eDiscovery Program Manager
Microsoft Corporation

Jonathan began the first nine years of his legal career as a commercial litigator in Maryland before becoming an eDiscovery professional. He has spent the last five years working in Microsoft’s Litigation Group as part of a team managing eDiscovery for complex litigation and government investigations.

Jonathan has played an active role working within the Litigation group at Microsoft to establish eDiscovery standards that mitigate privacy risks and reduce costs, including drafting model protective orders and ESI orders to be used as a baseline in negotiations with opposing counsel. Jonathan is also responsible for standardizing the document review process Microsoft uses with outside counsel and vendors.

Before joining Microsoft, Jonathan was the VP of eDiscovery Services at Hudson Legal, where he oversaw a team of project managers in the US and the UK. In his role at Hudson Legal, Jonathan directly or indirectly oversaw management of hundreds of document reviews for a variety of large companies across numerous industries in the US and UK.

Iram Arras

Principal Program Manager, eDiscovery

Iram has over the 20 years experience in the Compliance industry. He started his career at LexisNexis in the mid 90s where two of his passions collided, law and technology. Since then, he has had the pleasure of working with many brilliant teams building solutions that help organizations meet their regulatory obligations. Iram joined Microsoft in 2018 and is currently a Principal PM Manager and the GC for the Discover & Respond solutions, including Advanced eDiscovery, and Content Search.

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