This year’s conference takes place May 4-6th in Chicago and features Information Governance sessions on Privacy, eDiscovery, Data Remediation, emerging technologies, and operational best practices from the industry’s leading experts, along with the experiences of knowledgeable practitioners.
Tackling data privacy and maintaining consumer trust is harder than ever, especially with the sheer amount of information you need to manage and with constantly evolving privacy laws (CCPA, GDPR, etc) moving the goalposts. The usual checkbox compliance, ad-hoc governance, and reactive information security policies will fail, if they haven’t already, and create too much organizational risk. To achieve a state of consistent compliance and minimize corporate risk you must provide three things to your business: transparent governance, frictionless security, and continuous validation. To provide these things, you must build a strong information governance framework and privacy compliance plan to succeed.
This special, two-part panel discussion facilitated by the ICRM will compare current academic curricula with the existing ICRM exam to identify gaps and areas of improvements for both academia and the ICRM. University Professors will discuss their programs and IG industry leaders will add perspective from the business world. There will be ample time for members of the audience to share their thoughts as well. It is time to close any gaps between what is taught at the university level and what is needed in the world of business. More effective preparation of the next generation of IG professionals will benefit all organizations that depend on these practitioners to address the business opportunities and challenges of the future and it will provide more fulfilling careers for those emerging from school into the world of business.
Also, our partners at Ethikos will be coming all the way from Brussels to present on GDPR.
The GDPR will celebrate its second anniversary on 25 May 2020 – a good time for US companies impacted by this regulation to understand what they should expect in the coming months. In this presentation, Legal professionals working in Europe will discuss how the GDPR has been enforced so far in Europe, what the regulators’ future direction might be, and the key areas US organizations will need to focus on in the coming months. Is there a higher risk of enforcement on the horizon? What is the level of privacy awareness among Internet users, consumers and individuals in Europe? Should US organizations that collect and process personal data of EU data subjects be worried about these regulatory trends?