Three steps to master information governance in your organization.

This month’s episode of Uncovering Hidden Risks will discuss Information Governance and the industry trends we are seeing in this space. This is a Post from Microsoft. Information governance is the overall strategy for managing information at an organization. It is a discipline that spans several markets, including data governance, security, compliance, data privacy, content services, and more. Recently, these markets have begun to converge, highlighting the sometimes conflicting requirements between these disciplines.

Joining our host Erica Toelle is our guest, Randolph Kahn. Mr. Kahn is a globally recognized leader in Information Governance, with his consulting team advising major multinational corporations and governments on various information management issues. He has been an expert witness in major court cases and is a trusted advisor to corporations and governmental agencies. Mr. Kahn is also an accomplished author, speaker, and adjunct professor of Law and Policy of Electronic Information and The Politics of Information.

Natalie Noonan joins us as our guest host. Natalie is one of Microsoft’s top information governance experts, and helps our customers to define and plan their strategies. She is also a former program manager in financial services.

Together, we’ll explore how you can master information governance in your organization. 

In this episode, we’ll cover the following: 

  • Trends around the convergence of security, data governance, privacy, and compliance.
  • How the increase in laws and regulations around the management of data, especially regarding privacy, affected these trends.
  • How people can approach a data governance solution.
  • What requirements as important for data governance.
  • Options for implementing these requirements.
  • Looking ahead to the future, what is coming for data governance.

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