Companies investing in technologies that drive effective information governance practices are well-positioned to navigate evolving regulations, business requirements and emerging information risks.

Jennifer Joyce

Principal, Forensic & Integrity Services, Ernst & Young LLP

Trusted advisor and thought leader on information governance, privacy and legal preservation. Drives collaboration to create holistic services for clients. Enjoys traveling, hiking and podcasts.

Jennifer supports organizations as they navigate the challenges associated with the management of information risk. These challenges include regulatory requirements to retain records, legal obligations to preserve data from emerging data sources, and processes and technology to help enable timely and effective disposition while balancing the complexities of evolving global privacy regulations.

She performs information risk and technology assessments, builds and develops cross-functional information governance programs, develops policy frameworks, and builds technology-enabled processes to support legal, compliance and information technology teams. She brings experience across industry sectors to help clients mature their information governance programs and balance the risks and costs of an organization’s information assets against their value to the organization.

Jennifer is a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

How Jennifer is building a better working world

Jennifer strives to build teams that draw upon their diverse skill sets, experiences and perspectives to build better solutions, ask better questions and build a better working world.

Jennifer is a member of the Forensics Talent Council where she focuses on national practice initiatives designed to support and develop EY people. She also spends time planning and developing local office teaming activities.

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