Ignatius Grande


Berkeley Research Group

Ignatius Grande is a Director at Berkeley Research Group in their Global Investigations & Strategic Intelligence practice. Ignatius advises clients on issues relating to information governance and data privacy. He often works with companies to address complex information management issues, including the onboarding of new software and the implications of Internet of Things devices and sensors. He advises companies on their information management practices and has worked on a wide variety of policies, including Records Retention, Social Media, Cybersecurity, and Mobile Device Governance policies.

Ignatius is a frequent writer and speaker on topics relating to eDiscovery, information governance, and the Internet of Things. He serves as co-chair of the Social Media Committee of the New York State Bar Association's Litigation Section and teaches a course on eDiscovery at St. John's University School of Law. Ignatius graduated from Yale College in 1996 and Georgetown University Law Center in 1999.

Presentation: Security: Advances In Technology Bring Increased Risks