Nov 14

    Out of the Ashes and Back in Business: How the NE Dept of Insurance Recovered from Fire

    The real life case of a government entity that had a fire and how their Business Continuity Plan was implemented


    Dec 12

    Buried Treasure: Sharing A Records Management Conundrum

    Plus the Annual Charity Auction Benefitting Warriors Helping Warriors



    Data Mapping

    February 21, 2018
    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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    5900 O Street
    Lincoln, NE 68510
    Venue website

    Just over ten years ago with the 2006 revision of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), it seemed that every eDiscovery vendor, law firm and consultant started praising the virtues of ESI data maps as tools to support FRCP compliance. At great cost and effort, many organizations created data maps, but those that didn’t were nonetheless successful in replying to discovery demands without relying on data maps. Many of the original data maps were never maintained.  Now, years later with growing concerns of privacy breach and cyberattack, there is renewed interest in data mapping and data flows. This session will explore the evolving drivers behind data mapping, what you need to know, and how to get started.

    Speaker Laurie Fischer serves as a managing director for HBR Consulting, leading the Information Governance practice tailored to address the increasingly complex and demanding regulatory and technological challenges of today’s information management environment. Laurie has over 25 years of consulting experience partnering with clients of all industries and sizes to help them achieve their enterprise-wide compliance and governance objectives.

    Laurie is a recognized thought leader who enjoys speaking at industry-leading events throughout the year.

    Prior to joining HBR, Laurie was a managing director at Consilio and Huron Consulting Group.

    Laurie can be reached at and on .

    ** If you are interested in volunteering to help with the Spring Seminar, please attend the planning meeting prior to the monthly meeting from 10:30-11:00.


    $15.00 Member
    $20.00 after 5:00 pm February 15

    $25.00 Non-Member
    $30.00 after 5:00 pm February 15