For archived material
older than 2012,
Speakers: Norton Rose Fulbright, Travelers, UBS, etc.
Sessions: Information Governance Status Quo from the States, Reducing Risk Through Defensible Disposal, IT’s Perspective on eDiscovery Risk, Compliance, and Regulatory Considerations, Records Management Best Practices for Cross-Border and Multi-Jurisdiction, Considerations, Preparing Your Company, Your IT Systems and Your Data for Cross-Border
Speakers: Citigroup, Mayer Brown, Travelers, UBS, etc.
Sessions: How Information Lifecycle Governance Improves Information Economics, Begin with the End in Mind: Leveraging the ILG Process, The Keep-to-Delete Cycle: It Can Be Done, Yin and Yang of eDiscovery, Case Studies in Data Clean Up and Holistic Governance, Defining the Right Email Policy to Keep What You Need and Dispose of the Rest
The CGOC Information Governance Process Maturity Model provides a maturity model for the 16 specific processes required to lower cost and risk and to institutionalize defensible disposal, value-based archiving and retention, and rigorous e-discovery. The processes reflect the needs of the key information stakeholders, including legal, records information management (RIM), privacy and security, lines of business and IT.
Newport Beach, California
Speakers: ExxonMobil, K&L Gates, Sanofi, Wells Fargo, etc. and the Hon. Frank Maas
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