The Information Governance ANZ Mission is to bring together a community of information governance professionals in Australia and New Zealand to develop and promote best practices and innovations in information governance.
The Information Governance ANZ community provides a forum to learn from leading practitioners, keep informed of the latest developments and shape the future development of information governance.
The International Right to Know (RTK) Day recognises the community’s right to access government-held information. This event brings together experts with multiple perspectives from journalism, politics, public communication, social media, film and information management.
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Past Information Governance ANZ Events
The two-day event will bring together online safety experts from around the world including academics, industry leaders, policy implementers, educators and young people.
Check out the program to learn more about the incredibly talented lineup and the fascinating topics on offer such as: ‘Beyond the Christchurch Call’, ‘Safety by Design’, ‘Online safety in an AI world’ and ‘Policy keeping pace with technology’.
The use of social media and wide ranging use of apps outside organisations are an increasing component of discovery work.
Join us to learn about the latest technology developments with a demonstration by Brett Webber, Principal, Consilad. Brett has worked on more than 2000 matters involving social media discovery.
Matthew Golab, Director of Legal Informatics and R&D at Gilbert + Tobin will highlight some of the practical challenges and tips and traps.
Susan Bennett, Co-founder InfoGovANZ and Chair of Sedona WG6 APAC will highlight technical competence requirements in Australia and the US for legal and technology professionals and, in particular, US case law development.
This Information Innovation @UTS session will explore the practicalities of:
- Understanding the broader impact and risks of data design decisions.
- Engaging the right stakeholder groups to ensure these risks are mitigated.
- Making trade-offs in the design process.
Passiona Cottee, Data Scientist at CBA, privacy lecturer at UTS
Dr Matt Beard - Fellow at the Ethics Centre and lecturer at Notre Dame
Elija Perrier - PhD Candidate in quantum learning & AI at UTS
Last month, The Sedona Conference published The Sedona Conference Commentary and Principles on Jurisdictional Conflicts over Transfers of Personal Data Across Borders, exploring the underlying tensions currently in the law and proposing six key principles of choice-of-law with respect to personal data. It addresses the role of comity analysis as a bulwark against chaos, how comity should be applied in this context, and when comity cannot be the answer, how conflicts should be resolved.
Several members of the drafting team, representing diverse professional and geographic perspectives, will participate in a public webinar on Wednesday, 31 July 2019 to explain the Commentary, answer your questions, and address your comments. The webinar will be “live” for those who can attend at the scheduled time, but due to the world-wide interest in this project, it will be recorded and made available for registered attendees to view at their convenience. Please register for the webinar here. TheCommentary, which may be downloaded here, is open for public comment through 10 August 2019, and comments may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host: Kenneth J. Withers,
The Sedona Conference, Phoenix, AZ
Moderator: Wayne Matus,
SafeGuard✓GDPR, Purchase, NY, USA
Susan Bennett, Sibenco Legal & Advisory, Sydney, Australia
Oliver Brupbacher, Novartis International AG, Basel, Switzerland
Jerami Kemnitz, Littler Mendelson, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Prof. Brian E. Ray, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, OH, USA
David S. Shonka, Redgrave LLP, Chantilly, VA, USA
We are delighted to invite you to attend an interactive Privacy Roundtable hosted by Matthew Golab, Head of Legal Informatics at Gilbert +Tobin and Susan Bennett, Co-founder of InfoGovANZ.
Our special guest presenters are Melanie Marks, Advisory Board member of Information Governance ANZ and Principal of elevenM and Arjun Ramachandran of elevenM. Melanie and Arjun will present and lead the discussion on the NDB Scheme 12-month Insights Report. Drawing on their intimate knowledge of the operation of the Scheme, they will address:
Key trends and insights
Lessons learned on multiparty breaches and assessing harm
Communications tips and traps
We look forward to catching up with our members who are able to attend this event at Gilbert + Tobin on 25 June 2019.
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As technology advances, so do the changes and trends in eDiscovery. Whilst predictive coding and data analytics are buzzwords in the industry today, they’re all concepts that law firms are looking to adopt into everyday practices.
Join us for a breakfast session to hear from Dr. Paul Hunter, Principal Research Scientist, where we’ll explore what you need to know about predictive coding and data analytics.
During the breakfast session, you will also hear from a global law firm on how they have evolved their review analytics and the tremendous impact it has had on managing client litigation matters on a global scale.
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Many voices, one message
Join National Archives of Australia and professional associations - RIMPA, DAMA, IIM, ALIA, ASA, InfoGovANZ - together with industry leaders for discussions to share perspectives on contemporary information and data management trends and challenges, and be part of developing solutions that embrace opportunities.
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LawFest is designed for all legal professionals with an interest in innovation and leveraging technology. You will hear from those that are innovating and explore opportunities to help you transform how legal services are delivered, for today and the future.
The world is seeing exponential growth in the technology and information space, and with this growth comes new and unexpected challenges. Privacy and the right to understand when, why, and how our personal data is being used has been pushed front-of-mind for most people, particularly in the wake of events like the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the Marriott International breach.