18 February 2020
Hear the latest insights and trends for Information Governance 2020 as the opportunities and risks from data continue to rapidly evolve.
The need for organisations to have a strategic and comprehensive Information Governance framework becomes more important as:
artificial intelligence (AI) in data analytics, record retention and archiving, and robotic process automation (RPA) increases
the global trend for stronger regulations to protect personal information and increasing sanctions for data breaches and failures to secure data continues in 2020; and
strategic decisions and robust IG are required to manage the tension between storing exponentially larger volumes of date for data analytics, the regulatory requirements to store data to comply with record and archiving regulations with the regulatory requirements to dispose of personal data under privacy/data protection regulations
In this roundtable, Susan Bennett Executive Director of InfoGovANZ, dissects the findings of the recent InfoGovANZ Survey Report and trends for 2020 from a global perspective. Susan is joined by special guests:
Stephen Bolinger the Chief Privacy Officer of Cochlear and Australia’s Country Leader of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
Ryan McConville Information Manager leading the implementation of RADICAL at the Australian Human Rights Commission
May Robertson who is Australia’s representative on the recently formed working group for the new ISO Information Governance standard, TC46 WG13
Implementing Ethical AI, the next steps for organisationsComplimentary
10 March 2021
It is increasingly clear that organisations need to have robust governance in place to ensure safety, privacy, accountability and transparency in algorithms. This discussion on ethical artificial intelligence (AI) provided a greater understanding about the tools your organisations can use to alleviate ethical concerns.View Details
Draft Data Availability and Transparency BillComplimentary
28 October 2020
Phillip Gould, Assistant Secretary, Office of the National Data Commissioner joined us to discuss the draft Data Availability and Transparency Bill.View Details
Privacy Awareness Week 2021Complimentary
3 May 2021 – 9 May 2021
Privacy Awareness Week(PAW) is an important reminder to protect personal information and make privacy a priority. Safeguarding data is more essential than ever, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the way we work and socialise, with many Australians spending more time online.
InfoGovANZ is a proud supporter of PAW and encourages all members to make privacy a priority.
Informed About Your Changing EnvironmentComplimentary
1 May 2020
National Archives Australia, InfoGovANZ, RIMPA, IIM, ASA, ALIA, DAMA, HIMAA in launched Information Awareness Month(IAM) 2020 with a webinar themed: Informed about your Changing Environment.View Details