Information Governance Solutions
Protect, Secure, and Manage the Full Data Lifecycle from Creation to Deletion
Manage modern data with an efficient, technology-enabled approach to reduce risk and costs.
Replace outdated archives with modern technology that exceeds organizational, legal, and regulatory requirements, while identifying disposable data to reduce risk and costs.
Amount of savings clients typically achieve compared to traditional third-party archives.
Consolidate third-party archives to reduce costs
Integrate and consolidate data for faster discovery
Eliminate legacy archives and outdated tools
Leverage tools to search modern data types like video and emojis
Migrating your legal archives to cloud-based solutions can reduce cost, complexity, and risk. Lighthouse can help you do it right by ensuring data, metadata, and custodial completeness, intact chains of custody, and recreation of legal holds.
Learn more about data migration best practices and how partnering with Lighthouse can deliver outstanding results.
Privacy Compliance Solutions
Meet complex legal, regulatory, and business requirements regarding data privacy with help from a team of seasoned privacy compliance experts. With proven data protection and security best practices, you can more easily comply with GDPR, CCPA, DSARs, PIA, and more.
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is among the most stringent privacy laws in the world and applies to any organization dealing with data related to people in the European Union (EU).
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes far beyond the requirements of many other states and requires special practices for any company dealing with consumer data in California.
Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs), initially outlined in GDPR, are now part of privacy regulations in many areas. Timely response requires proactive scoping and technology-enabled culling of non-responsive data. Lighthouse DSAR workflows are defensible, scalable, proportional, and cost-effective.
A Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) measures the potential and ongoing privacy risk of systems and data, including collection, use, and disclosure of personal data. Lighthouse develops PIAs to identify and mitigate risk and implement effective privacy procedures.
Improve information governance programs related to eDiscovery, data privacy, data protection, information security, and records management using in-depth governance assessments from Lighthouse.
- Ensure retention and defensible disposition program compliance
- Reduce data footprint and storage costs
- Minimize security breaches and IP loss
- Lower privacy compliance risk
- Create a scalable, defensible, cost-effective eDiscovery program
Operationalize new systems such as information management, records management, information security, data privacy, and Microsoft 365 for eDiscovery.
- Maximize technology ROI and scalability
- Ensure defensibility
- Reduce organizational risk profile
- Shrink data footprint
- Enhance cybersecurity and data privacy
- Prevent data exfiltration and loss
Defensibly dispose of unneeded data and redesign records management and legal hold to minimize over-retention of data.
- Remove barriers to data disposal such as overly broad or poorly implemented records management and legal hold policies
- Cut data storage and eDiscovery costs
- Lower risk related to over-retained data
- Improve data-protection compliance
Remediate legal hold and records policy/schedule
Design and implement future state for legal hold and records, including Microsoft 365
Design and implement tactical and strategic disposal plan
Information Governance Case Studies
Meeting Compliance Burden
for Financial-Sector Giant
Engineering a Customized M365 eDiscovery Add-on
Gap Analysis Solution for IT and Legal Teams Transitioning to M365
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A Lighthouse information governance solutions expert is available to answer questions about your information governance needs.