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 WorkshopAUD $495.00 + gst
9 am-12 noon Thursday 5 August 2021
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
Information Lifecycle Management WorkshopAUD $495.00 + gst
11:00am – 2 pm Thursday 19 August 2021
Participating in this workshop will enable you to explain the purpose of Information lifecycle management and its value to your organisation; gain a better understanding of the key components of an effective ILM strategy; and consider how to work with internal stakeholders to implement or improve ILM in your own organisation.View Details
InfoGovANZ MeetnGreets – SeptemberComplimentary
12 noon Tuesday 23 September 2021
Our MeetnGreets provide the opportunity for new members to connect and for our members to catch up and discuss topical IG issues.
You will be able to introduce yourself and your work, meet other IG professionals, ask questions and engage with the discussion online.View Details
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Protection of Personal Information in Universities – insights and recommendations – Webinar Recording
The protection of information by universities has come under focus as Australian universities have been subject to cybersecurity attacks. These attacks highlight the risks posed by data breaches and the potential impact on thousands of students, staff and research participants. This led to an examination into the policies and procedures that Victorian universities have implemented to protect the personal information that they hold from loss and misuse.
Sven Bluemmel, Victoria’s Information Commissioner highlighted the findings and recommendations from this Examination report.View Details
The exponential data growth and the use of collaborative platforms is resulting in increased complexity and costs for internal investigations and legal proceedings.
In this session, sponsored by PageFreezer, you will learn why these tools are gaining traction, the ‘down the track’ problems and costs of collaborative platforms and the different types of tech collaborative tools, the dangers of employees using unsanctioned apps (shadow IT) include cross-border/data protection perspectives; ephemeral data apps and more.View Details
Organisations are tasked with finding documents across the entirety of their data holdings for many reasons. Enterprise-wide searching often includes legacy systems not configured to enable searching, which together with the constant growth in data being collected and stored means the costs and risks involved in searching, reviewing and producing relevant records are significant for organisations.
This session covered what a “search all the things” project can look like. What does it cost? How long does it take? What are common pitfalls?View Details
We work with leading industry and education sector supporters to be the Australian and New Zealand leading think-tank for information governance professionals.
For the first time in history, the world's leading experts on accelerating technology are consistently finding themselves too conservative in their predictions...
- Steven Kotler, author, journalist & Director of Research, the Flow Genome Project -