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IAM 2023: Official Launch with the Latest Trends in Information Governance – Webinar RecordingComplimentary
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 are discussed by Susan Bennett, Founder InfoGovANZ, and Dr Peter Chapman, Partner, Korda Mentha and InfoGovANZ International Council member.
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Reducing discovery costs in litigation & the new EDRM Dupe ID Specification – Webinar RecordingComplimentary
Hear from the experts on steps organisations can take to significantly reduce legal fees in litigation and learn about the very latest with the release of the EDRM E-Mail Duplicate Identification Specification and Message Identification Hash (MIH).View Details
What are the risks for organisations using Chat GPT and similar technology? – Webinar RecordingAUD $80.00 + gst
Chat-GPT has generated a lot of interest and discussion in recent months. The potential of this type of technology is enormous, however, it poses significant risks.View Details
Digital Identity Resilience: Empowering individuals with more control over their personal information – Webinar RecordingAUD $80.00 + gst
Our end-of-year event with special guests – The Hon Victor Dominello MP Minister for Digital, NSW Privacy Commissioner Samantha Gavel and Dr Peter Chapman to discuss: learnings from recent high-profile data breaches; minimising personal data; cyberattacks and the role of human error; how to building digital resilience and empowering individuals with more control over their personal information; and the role of Privacy-by-Design and robust Information Governance.View Details
Implementing information governance at UQ – Webinar RecordingAUD $80.00 + gst
Watch this webinar to learn more about implementing Information Governance from the experiences of the University of Queensland. Robust governance is essential to manage high volumes of data, regulatory requirements and growing cyber threats. Trinity McNicol and Sasenka Abeysooriya share how the University of Queensland is driving data and information governance throughout the University and how this program underpins both analytical and operational functions.View Details
Latest trends in data breaches: Incident management and prevention – Webinar RecordingAUD $80.00 + gst
In 2021, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) was notified of 900 data breach incidents under the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme. Being prepared for a data breach is important for all organisations that handle personal information.
In this webinar the latest trends in data breaches are discussed by our special guest speakers who shared their insights on incident management and prevention drawn from key findings of the OAIC’s Notifiable Data Breaches Report for the first half of 2022.View Details
In conversation with Doug Laney, author of ‘Infonomics’ and just released ‘Data Juice’ – Webinar RecordingAUD $80.00 + gst
Watch the webinar recording of a conversation with Mr Douglas Laney,and author of Infonomics and recently released Data Juice, containing more than 100 real-world examples and expert commentaries on how organisations around the world and in every industry are monetising their own (and others’) data in diverse ways. Data Juice is a resource for data, business, and IT leaders looking to inspire their teams or executives with ways to thrive in the Digital Age.View Details
COVID-19, Data & Privacy: what have we learned? Webinar RecordingAUD $80.00 + gst
The critical role of data and information has been highlighted in the ongoing response to COVID-19.
The COVID pandemic expedited data sharing across government departments and the Commonwealth over the past two years. Key to ensuring data-led innovation results in advances for citizens is the protection of personal information and robust governance.
Opening Government – Contemporary Opportunities and Challenges – Webinar RecordingComplimentary
International Access to Information Day and Right to Know Week 2021 marked 10 years of GIPA reporting in New South Wales.
In this webinar, New South Wales Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Tydd, Victorian Information Commissioner, Sven Bluemmel and facilitator InfoGovANZ Founder & Executive Director, Susan Bennett to discuss opening government – contemporary opportunities and challenges.View Details
Protection of Personal Information in Universities – insights and recommendations – Webinar RecordingAUD $45.00 + gst
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
eDiscovery and Collaborative Platforms – Webinar RecordingAUD $80.00 + gst
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
Enterprise-wide Data Searches: tips and traps – Webinar RecordingAUD $80.00 + gst
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