Managing Electronic Information - From A to ZettabyteWith Fred Menge
- 1 Video
- 2 PDFs
- 2.0 hrs
Managing electronic information is an even bigger job than managing physical records. Most companies simply have to worry about their own information; financial institutions are repositories of vast amounts of customer information and records as well, a fact which greatly increases the likelihood that third-parties (whether those involved in litigation with a customer or examiners) may seek access.
With laws and regulations including Sarbanes Oxley and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, it has become increasingly necessary to manage the lifecycle of information - from the time it is created through its legal disposition. Other benefits of managing electronic information include being better prepared during an examination or audit, reduced costs expenditures on computer storage, and a broad array of other immediate benefits.
This seminar covers:
- Trends surrounding the growth of electronic information within organizations
- Overview of why information needs to be managed
- Implications of laws when dealing with information
- Real-world case scenarios of cloud computing and email management
- Methods for managing eDiscovery cost
- How to implement a records management program
- Best practices and standards
This is not a "record retention" program. It will not discuss specific time periods for which you are required under various laws and regulations to keep different types of records. This webinar will help you understand why and how to implement a records management program.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Compliance Officers
- Record Managers
- Paralegals / Legal Assistants
- Human Resource Managers
- Presidents & Vice Presidents
Fred Menge, a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Fred provides information management and consulting with a unique blend of experience. Previous work includes the technical and management oversight of information security, IT audit, telecommunication services and business continuity/disaster recovery planning.
Prior to launching Magnir Group in 2006, Fred served as Director of Information Security and Administration for Tulsa-based Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group. Other employment assignments have included the Department of Defense, The SABRE Group, The Williams Companies, and Williams Communications. Fred also served six years in the United States Air Force.
Fred is an adjunct faculty member for Oklahoma State University and the University of Phoenix and a member of the Association of Records Management and Administrators (ARMA) and the Northeast Oklahoma Information Systems Audit and control Association (ISACA).