GDPR experts can agree on one thing: Unstructured content is one of the largest challenges standing in the way of strong information governance, and risking 4% of your global revenues. Join Powerhouses Mastercard, GoDaddy, and EY as they talk about the new disruptive field of Social GDPR, and the effect of unstructured content. You'll be enlightened by the risks, the opportunities, and how to develop a future-proof strategy for controlling up to 30% of your content that's "hidden in plain sight."

What you'll learn:

  • Cycle time management: Hear what today’s leading experts are doing to reduce eDiscovery cycle time when collecting web content.
  • Smart policies: Learn the who, what, where, why, and how’s of using communication platforms like Slack, Yammer, and Confluence.
  • Search, target, review: Find the information that matters, how to workspace connectivity and integration techniques. 



Dr. Don Macfarlane

VP EMEA at Hanzo

Prior to joining Hanzo, Dr. Macfarlane (Solicitor Advocate) worked for IBM in Enterprise Licensing and Compliance. Don frequently advises international financial, pharma, telecom and legal businesses ensuring they are able to maximize their capabilities from Governance, Risk and Compliance investments including litigation/regulatory response. Previously, Don ran a consultancy firm and was COO & General Counsel at LDM Global Group.

Seth Eichenholtz

Head of Electronic Discovery at MasterCard

Seth Eichenholtz is the Head of eDiscovery at MasterCard. He has oversight of the preservation, collection, processing and production of data for litigation and regulatory matters. As part of MasterCard’s Corporate Security Investigations team, he is also integral to managing internal investigations, incident/breach response, and related cross border data transfers for those matters. Prior to joining MasterCard in 2016, Seth spent more than five years as Vice President and eDiscovery Manager for Swiss Re.


Ariel Silverstone

Vice President of Security Strategy, Privacy and Trust at GoDaddy

Ariel Silverstone is an information security leader and an experienced data protection officer (DPO - GDPR, HITECH and others). Known as a dynamic and outgoing leader, who uses his diverse expertise in security, privacy and risk management. His ability to create security road-maps, conduct Privacy Impact Assessments and advise the business, together with his outstanding communication skills and reputation for delivering results, makes him an outstanding professional. He is a leader in using big data and machine learning analytics to automate many aspects of information security.

Meribeth Banaschik

Partner, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services at EY

Meribeth Banaschik is an American attorney and English solicitor, currently practicing law at Noerr LLP in Dusseldorf and Frankfurt, Germany in the Litigation, Arbitration and ADR Group. With more than a decade of experience advising companies in litigation, many of which focused on banking litigation, Meribeth brings a unique perspective to The Chronicle of eDiscovery for Financial Services, including first-hand experience in building an in-house e-Discovery practice and team to handle complex cross-border matters. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Texas A&M University and earned her Juris Doctor and MBA from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas.


Bob Lewis MBE

Forensics Investigations & eDiscovery at Barclays

Bob is the Global Director Cyber Forensics Investigations & eDiscovery at Barclays. Prior to joining Barclays, Bob served as an operational team leader within both the Serious and Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) and its precursor agency the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU). Additionally, he also led forensic & investigation teams within the Royal Air Force Police and Risk Advisory Group where, he specialised in all aspects of Counter Intelligence operations with particular emphasis on computer forensics, investigations and IT security.