There are a lot of great sessions at this week’s ARMA InfoCon conference! Here are the Monday ARMA InfoCon 2023 sessions!
ARMA InfoCon is the premiere educational event for records management, information management, and information governance professionals to learn and share industry best practices. If you are responsible for managing or governing your company’s information assets, this is the “must attend” event every year for you!
ARMA InfoCon 2023 will be held this week – October 9-11 – at Huntington Place in Detroit, Michigan with three full days of educational sessions, not just on information governance, but data privacy, cybersecurity, and even eDiscovery! Here are notable Monday ARMA InfoCon 2023 sessions.
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EDT
Opening Keynote (Grand River Ballroom)
The ARMA InfoCon 2023 Opening keynote presentation will be delivered by Jeff Lanza, an FBI Special Agent for over 20 years, during which he investigated cybercrime, organized crime, human trafficking, and terrorism. Jeff will offer insights drawing from his years of experience.
Lanza was head of operations security for the Kansas City FBI and a graduate of the world-renowned John E. Reid School of Interviewing and Interrogation. He is a certified FBI instructor and has trained numerous government agencies and corporate clients on how to interpret and project body language for more effective interpersonal communication.
Speaker: Jeff Lanza.
10:15 AM – 11:15 AM EDT
The Current State of U.S. Data Privacy Laws and What They Mean for InfoGov (250 BC)
Data privacy requirements in this country are fast-moving and ever-changing. The impact of evolving data privacy laws and regulations likewise has a deep impact upon information management and gives rise to new records retention challenges. Join our panel of data privacy gurus for a discussion of the latest changes in the world of data privacy and how information management needs to adjust to comply and meet best practices.
Speakers: Martin Tully, Partner, Redgrave LLP; Mathea Bulander.
10:30 AM – 11:15 AM EDT
Re-examining the Ethics of Information Governance in a Time of Rapid Change (141)
There are many reasons for organizations to care about information governance and records management: enhancing employee productivity; improving data quality and process integration; preventing data breaches; and reducing risk exposure. And they are all important. But on a personal level, WHY do we choose to do what we do? Why did we choose this unusual career in information governance? What kinds of choices do we need consider in making not just required IG decisions, but ethical ones? And how do these questions change when technologies are changing so rapidly. In this session, we’ll use the world of generative AI (ChatGPT and Bard) in an interactive session to think about the kinds of complex ethical decisions we now face.
Speaker: John Mancini.
RIM Lining Up With IT, Risk and Security – A New World of IG (142 ABC)
This presentation will highlight the interaction that could occur between RIM, IT, Risk and Security professionals by exploring the many complexities of corporate cybersecurity insurance related to all four disciplines. This could be the road to a higher level of corporate appreciation for RIM. Information management Risk is right down our alley.
Speakers: Nicholas Fonseca; Rick Stirling, President, WesternIM.
1:55 PM – 2:25 PM EDT
Data Retention and eDiscovery Costs and Risks: Third Party Repositories and Purview Integration, presented by Archive360 (140 DE)
Organizations create, consume, and share enormous volumes of data. Legacy methods that rely on siloed and disconnected solutions hinder the ability to maintain consistent oversight across data, records, and electronic evidence. This increases costs and risks associated with compliance, regulatory requests, and eDiscovery. Providing a unified data governance platform that supports retention management with eDiscovery capabilities ensures smoother, more efficient responses to investigations and information demands while delivering more consistent practices.
In this session, you will learn how to…
- Govern data of different source types, in diverse formats, and across multiple compliance obligations to minimize risk, enhance search performance, and optimize cost management.
- Explore the Advantages and Disadvantages of In-Place Data Management vs. a Unified Governance Platform.
- Maximize Archive360 Integration Within Purview for Simplified eDiscovery.
Speaker: Gabriel Bustos, Senior Product Manager, Archive360
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM EDT
Information Governance In A Totally Connected World: RIM For IoT (250 BC)
We live in a totally connect world. From personal devices, to cars, to smart houses, more data than ever is being collected and analyzed to make decisions that affect our daily work and personal lives. This session will explore the challenges presented for information governance and eDiscovery presented by the emergence of tens of billions of connected devices commonly known as the Internet of Things (“IoT”).
Speakers: Cheryl Strom, Records Information Sr. Manager, McDonald’s Corporation; Lisa Lukaszewski; Cricket Wood.
3:00 PM – 3:45 PM EDT
Confident Information Governance in the Age of Generative AI and Manipulated Media (140 FG)
Models like ChatGPT, DALL-E, Bard, Midjourney, and StyleGAN are all recent tools that enable the automated generation of content – text, images, audio and even video – via artificial intelligence (AI). Broad adoption of such technologies has resulted in an explosion of AI-produced material that makes it challenging to understand the provenance and authenticity of online media. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has developed tools and techniques to help individuals and organizations identify manipulated media, describe how it was produced, and characterize the intent behind its production. These technologies stand to enhance the practice of information governance by assisting in the development of policies, standards, processes, metrics, and roles that respond to the evolving reality of generative AI and manipulated media.
Speaker: Wil Corvey, Program Manager, DARPA.
3:45 PM – 4:45 PM EDT
California Dreaming Deep Dive: The CPRA Is Now Live, What Does It Mean For RIM and Information Governance? (250 BC)
The CPRA became effective on January 1, 2023 and amended and supplemented the CCPA in many important ways. From new CPPA regulations and reordkeeping requirements to data minimization, vendor oversight, and data subject access requests, is your organization up to speed on what it takes to comply?
Speakers: Martin Tully, Partner, Redgrave LLP; Mathea Bulander.
4:00 PM – 4:45 PM EDT
You Be The Judge- E-Discovery 2023! (141)
This highly interactive session will revolve around the latest and most important recent cases deciding e-discovery. Rather than just being passive learners, however, participants can “put on their judicial robes” and rule how those cases should be decided– then exploring how their rulings compare to the actual case outcomes.
Speakers: David Cohen, Reed Smith; Cheryl Strom, Records Information Sr. Manager, McDonald’s Corporation.
Here’s the full agenda of sessions at ARMA InfoCon 2023. And it’s not too late to register – here is a list of the registration fees, with a link to register. Enjoy the Monday ARMA InfoCon 2023 sessions!
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