InfoGovANZ is a community of international professionals across the data and information sphere - InfoGov, Legal, Data Privacy, Cyber & Info Security, Records Management, eDiscovery, Data & Infonomics, and AI & Ethics - with a multi-disciplinary focus to collaborate and share best practices and promote global information governance innovation.
Contribute, share your knowledge, and learn from other members of the community by joining InfoGovANZ. Become part of a growing network of like-minded professionals covering the wide range of disciplines contributing to information governance. As a member, you will receive the latest updates PLUS be the first to know about our events AND receive member-only discounts.
Upcoming Events and Workshops
Information Governance Foundations Workshop – AprilAUD $495.00 + gst
Thursday, 27 April, 9am-12noon AEST
This workshop will provide you with a systematic approach to governance and management of information assets in support of overarching business goals and objectives. It will help you to develop and improve your Information Governance framework and the co-ordinating mechanisms to increase collaboration and break-down silos.View Details
IAM 2023: Official Launch with the Latest Trends in Information GovernanceComplimentary
Webinar 12 noon AEST | 8 May 2023
Join us to hear the Director-General of the National Archives of Australia, Simon Froude, officially launch IAM 2023 and discuss this year’s theme – The Next Wave: Empowering Information Professionals for the Future. The latest trends revealed in the Information Governance Industry Report 2023, will be discussed by Susan Bennett, Founder InfoGovANZ, and Dr Peter Chapman, Partner, Korda Mentha and InfoGovANZ International Council.View Details
Information Lifecycle Management Workshop – MayAUD $495.00 + gst
Thursday, 11 May 2023, 9am-12noon AEST
Knowing what data and personal information your organisation is collecting, where it is stored, how it is secured and protected, and that it is disposed of when no longer required for regulatory or business purposes, are ongoing challenges for organisations. This workshop will help you deliver a better understanding of the value of an effective data and information lifecycle strategy, its key components and how to work with internal stakeholders to implement or improve information lifecycle management in your own organisation.View Details
Information Governance (IG) Industry Research Survey 2023
InfoGovANZ invites you to participate in our 4th industry research survey, which tracks the development and trends in information governance over the last 7 years.
The purpose of this survey is to collect the knowledge and opinions of practitioners and industry participants in relation to their organisation’s development of IG. We want to know what you think about IG, what IG means to your organisation, what drives your IG projects and your thoughts about IG in 2023. This is a great opportunity for you to share what you think and the industry experiences you’ve had.
The IG Industry Report 2023 and the insights obtained from this research survey will be published in the April edition of The Governance of Things and will be the subject of a discussion forum for Information Awareness Month in May.
If you’d like to remind yourself of the results from our previous surveys, you can access them here - 2017 IG Report, 2019 IG Report and the 2021 IG Report.
There are 26 questions and an opportunity to provide further comments at the conclusion of the survey. We estimate it will take about 8 minutes to complete the survey. All data is collected on an anonymous basis, so any answers you give will not be directly connected to you or your organisation.
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Cleansing and Organizing Unstructured Data Stores in Preparation for Migration – ActiveNav
Background Regional wholesaler and largest supplier of treated water in the United States serving 19 million people, The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (The “District”) had accumulated 80 TB of data over 30 years of file share use. With 1800 employees, the process to clean up the data was […]Read More
Privacy Act Review Report
The long awaited report reviewing Australia’s Privacy Act 1988 has been released by the Australian Government, proposing significant changes including individual rights modelled on the GDPR, such as the right to request erasure, and notification of databreaches to Office of the Australian Information Commissioner within 72 hours. Attorney-General Dreyfus’ statement […]Read More
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