Data in the Wild: Securing Web, Social, and Team Chat for Information Governance
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The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified an existing information governance challenge: How do you manage real-time online data sources that are difficult to monitor and capture?
More than ever, companies are relying on online platforms—like websites, social media, and team chat tools—to communicate both internally between employees and externally with customers and other stakeholders. But these online sources generate incredible amounts of records in real-time, creating unprecedented information governance and data loss prevention challenges.
This presentation discusses how companies can adopt a governance approach that effectively deals with dynamic online sources, which bear little resemblance to the traditional discreet documents companies are used to dealing with.
The presentation discusses:
- How the pandemic has transformed the information governance landscape
- The challenges of modern compliance and information governance
- How to effectively manage online records throughout the data lifecycle — from monitoring for data loss prevention, to archiving for later usage
- Best practices for creating records of online data for compliance
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About Our Speaker
Director of Global Alliances, Pagefreezer
Once a political aide and ministerial advisor in the British Columbia government, Gabby Kalaw now leads Global Alliances at PageFreezer. His career in stakeholder relations spans over 15 years across internet technology and political communications, bringing him unique experiences to where the two intersect and have unexpected consequences. Drawing from his experiences both in the public sector and in technology Gabby provides insights that help organizations keep pace with the rapid changes in the relationship between regulations and technology.
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM: Webinar Session
Time Details: 1 CPE Credit for the webinar
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