How to Balance Information Access Demands and Risk Management Throughout the Information Lifecyle - Shared screen with speaker view
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Shannon I had the same issue and had to call in to get sound.
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I noted a Facebook breach and XKCD, a web comic website was also breached.
Uber was also in the headlines over a breach in the UK, they received a large fine today.
Cursory glance at that one, it was much smaller than the one previously reported earlier this year
@Linda, XKCD, a popular stick drawing comic website was breached with a loss of account information.
Alison Clark Milito
Will this webinar be available for download afterwards? I would love to share it with colleagues.
Yes, it most definitely will be.
We'll be sending an email by the end of the week with the recording and additional resources.
Thanks for sharing the word! #ARMArising
Alison Clark Milito
Costly fines depending on your industry Patricia!
Even small organizations can have many jurisdictions to consider when looking at the local, state/territory, country, and multinational body requirements... that's in addition to the regulations that are specific to your industry.
I love that, "temporary custodians of PII data", that's a great phraseology in explaining new privacy requirements.
"Information can have dimensions - attachments, comments, track changes." <- Are we all considering these aspects?
Thanks Robyn, kudos to ARMA staff for finding a new, great solution for our webinars.
Content Services Platform. We'll be sending an additional White Paper after the webinar that goes into some depth on the topic.
No problem at all Carolyn, a lot of former ECM providers have been moving towards the CSP terminology as their functionality shifts towards portability of information.
There's an interesting case study on financial services that's cited in the new Essentials of Information Governance training course that talks about the number of applications in the typical financial services firm.
Spoiler alert: the average bank has over 900 applications in use.
Also when you work for local government what information you create is considered public information and the balance of how to provide information and the resources needed to do so in a timely manner.
Jeffrey, what will become available through APRA and FOIA is a definite consideration in local government information management - timeliness is a must.
We use a Hyland product through a reseller and are a financial services company. Excellent system that gives us all the capabilities we are discussing.
We're thankful for their support and Dennis' participation in this webinar - they've been a great team to work with in pulling together this webinar for the benefit of the ARMA community.
In a public library environment we are experienced with Meta Data related to collections and equipment but do not take the same interested in our business and operational data
happy to stick around :)
Will this Q&A portion be part of the recorded webinar that's available later? I have to leave but would like to be able to hear these later.
Yes indeed. We'll keep recording through the Q&A.
Have a great one Sara and Solaiman!
I'll be sticking around as well Elisabeth! ;)
We have been using Hylands OnBase system for just over a year now and went big on the RM side of the equation. It's a very nimble system that really relies on Keyword values and document types. If your interested. https://www.databankimx.com/blog/what-is-records-management/
Slides will also be shared
Thank you very good information
Thanks for the additional detail Sean, that's appreciated.
Noted Patricia, thanks. We'll be sure to follow up with you after the webinar.