Join corporate in-house practitioners from IT, Legal, Privacy, and RIM for this one-day executive meeting on Information Governance and Data Protection in Seattle on Wednesday, October 17th. This is the opportunity to gain cross-functional insight, interaction, and information you need to make better business decisions. Apply now!
08:30 | Registration and Continental Breakfast | 30 min
09:00 | Introduction and Welcome | 15 min
09:15 | Data Security and Privacy Issues in International Internal Investigations | 60 min
10:15 | Break | 15 min
10:30 | Forget Me Not: Business Challenges Over Rights to Erasure & Threats to AI | 60 min
11:30 | Beyond GDPR: Organizational Impact of Worldwide Privacy and Security Legislative Developments | 60 min
12:30 | Lunch | 60 min
01:30 | Marriage Therapy: IT vs. Legal | 60 min
02:30 | Break | 15 min
02:45 | Records Management and Data Mapping Issues in the Enterprise. Where do you begin? | 60 min
04:00 | Cocktail Reception | 60 min
A CGOC regional meeting is a one-day event designed exclusively for IT, legal, privacy and security experts who need to understand the impact of data on compliance and security. These meetings provide a unique forum where executives can network in confidence with peers and engage in worthwhile discussions that address their most complex information challenges. Participants also attend highly informative presentations on today’s most pressing governance and privacy issues. Seating is limited, so be sure to register at the link below.
CGOC is a forum of in-house information governance practitioners that seeks to transcend traditional boundaries between IT, legal, privacy, and security and encourage creative collaboration across the organization. Together, we will explore a broad range of critical issues impacting these important areas of the business. The presentations outline case studies and practical strategies from experts in the field.
Space is limited so early registration is encouraged. There is no cost to attend and lunch is included!
“I learn enough in that one day that if the rest of the year is crazy, I’m still up to date on the issues that affect me.” – Chief Compliance Officer at a New York-based multinational bank
“Sometimes the content can be controversial but it’s always interesting.” – Privacy Officer at a Midwest-based healthcare company
“This is the one time of year where I can discuss common problems and solutions with my counterparts in the industry.” – AGC at a Fortune 200 technology company
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