For many organizations, the idea of discovery doesn’t occur until after an investigation or breach. By waiting for disaster to strike, companies spend more money and time simply trying to get their information under control, and some experts argue that by simply planning in advance, the enterprise could reduce costs, time and effort.

In Taking a Step Back Could Keep You ahead of e Discovery, a Feb. 2 session in LTNY’s Information Governance and Big Data track, panelists well-versed in the ways of information governance discussed the severity of waiting until it’s too late to get a grip on your data. Michael Simon, principal at Seventh Samurai, sparked the conversation by posing the questions: “How can you look at what the business needs are, what the business risks are?,” and “How to advise clients” in effort to “change the tune” and “get out the cycle?

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