Information Governance Roadmap
A roadmap for mitigating privacy risks, reducing costs and meeting obligations
With the rise of data breaches and data security issues, the specter of a data breach looms large for most organizations in today's economy. However, companies should not wait to react to a breach or litigation to get a handle on their records and information practices.
Looking at your information governance, records retention, data privacy and security practices proactively helps manage that risk and organizations can reap tremendous benefits overall from taking a more intelligent, comprehensive approach to information management and governance.
Traditionally “siloed” functions of privacy, data security, records retention, legal and compliance along with the business side have to work together and approach information governance as a single initiative. Doing so protects employees and customers and delivers tangible savings, as well as the ability to reduce the risk created by the data in your control.
Hear firsthand experiences and practical recommendations on what proactive steps companies of all sizes should be doing now to mitigate risks and be better prepared.
1.0 hour of CLE credit currently pending in Nevada.
Non-members: $20 cash or check at the door. Please make checks payable to "ACC Nevada Chapter".
Date: June 24, 2014
McCormick & Schmicks Seafood Restaurant
335 Hughes Center Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89169
Joanne Ray, Chapter Administrator
Tel: 951-698-9373 (for questions only)
Rebecca Perry, CIPP/US
Director of Professional Services
Quarles & Brady LLP