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Information Governance Symposium: Information Governance Best Practices
Companies generate, and are responsible for maintaining, more data than ever before. As a result, information governance is now a huge part of doing business, and proper data management are key to staying regulatory compliant, protecting vulnerable information and producing relevant data in the event of a legal case. In this classroom you'll learn tips and strategies to incorporate information governance into everyday businesses processes, including:
• How information governance strategy influences everyday business decisions
• Best practices to implement organization-wide information governance policies
• Tools to incorporate data management into overall business strategy
• Metrics to help measure the success of information governance strategy efforts
SpeakerJeffery Ritter Esq.
Jeffrey Ritter, Esq. is one of the nation's experts in the converging complexity of information management, e-discovery and the emergence of cloud-based services. He advises companies and governments on successful 21st century strategies for managing digital information with legal and evidential value. In 2013, he is developing and teaching new courses on information governance at Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering and Georgetown University Law School.