Reduce data loss investigations and data loss recovery costs
Code42 recently commissioned Forrester to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study, examining the potential Return on Investment (ROI) enterprises might realize by implementing Code42 Next-Gen DLP.
Please join guest speakers Julia Fadzeyeva, TEI Consultant from Forrester Consulting, and Chris Sitter, Information Security Director at Juniper. Julia will provide you with a framework to evaluate the financial impact of Code42 Next-Gen DLP, and Chris will infuse stories of how Code42 saves their organization time and money during data loss investigations and litigation.
This webinar is an abridged version of the Forrester TEI of Code42 Next-Gen DLP, which uncovered an ROI of 230% and an NPV of $923,365. This will help you understand the ROI your organization could expect from an investment in Next-Gen DLP today.
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Julia Fadzeyeva, consultant, Forrester
Julia Fadzeyeva is a consultant for the Total Economic Impact™ practice at Forrester. In this role, she has worked with a number of technology clients to demonstrate and justify the business return on investment (ROI) and value of technology investments, based on the costs, benefits, flexibility, and risk associated with specific investments.
Chris Sitter, director, information security, Juniper Networks
Chris is the Head of Global eDiscovery, Digital Forensics, and Incident Response Technology for Juniper Networks based out of Silicon Valley. As a leading innovator in the eDiscovery technology space, he is well known for developing custom defensible solutions to execute on large scale discovery requests and federal investigations for Fortune 100 companies. As a Forensic Expert, Chris has assisted Federal and Local Government, as well as many private law firms with their cases. His consulting and expert witness testimony has led to convictions and settlements in numerous cases involving disputes over digital evidence and electronic data.
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