Information governance in our digital era: join our event

In today’s digital era, the amount of structured and unstructured – email, social media feeds, digital video, audio, sensors – data is exploding. At the same time, regulations are very strict and cybercrime is booming.  That makes proper records management – over time and space – more complex and more crucial than ever
 
How do you ensure that you are managing the right type and amount of information in the right – and compliant – way?

An introduction to information governance standards

To show you how standards can help in this process, NBN joins forces with digital transformation leader Sopra Steria. During the info session ‘Information governance: managing records in today’s digital era’ on 11 October 2018 you’ll discover and discuss the added value of standardisation in information governance, through presentations and business case studies.

What’s in it for you?

As a participant, you will:
  • learn about the added value of standards for archives, records management and information governance professionals both in the private and in public sectors;
  • share best practices, ideas and experiences with experts and peers;
  • have the chance to join the NBN expert group on records management, thus giving your company a voice in the development of standards for your sector.

Agenda

Time Topic Speaker
13:30-14:00 Welcome coffee and registration  
14:00-14:15 The added value of standards Ellen Bartholomeeusen – Marketing and Communication Manager at NBN
14:15-15:00
Introduction to the standardisation landscape
  • What are standards? 
  • Why are we here today: standards and information governance.
  • How are standards developed? 
  • How and why participate in standards development?
Maureen Gillet – Business Developer at NBN
15:00-15:30 Standards into practice: Added value of implementing standards on information governance in a private company Laurence Maroye – Information Security Consultant at Sopra Steria
15:30-16:00 Standards into practice: Information governance within a city administration Sandra Pfoest – Records Manager for the municipality of Saint-Gilles
16:00-16:20 Break  
16:20-16:40 Digital Belgium: a 5-priority action plan Anne-Sofie Van de Velde – Advisor Legal affairs at Cabinet Vice Prime Minister and Minister for Digital Agenda, Post & Telecom Alexander De Croo
16:40-17:00 Let’s discuss Faculty and audience
17:00-17:15 Next actions and messages to take home Maureen Gillet − Business Developer at NBN
17:15 Networking drink  

 

Practical info

When? Thursday 11 October, 14:00–17:15 hrs (followed by a networking drink)
Where? Science14, Rue de la Science 14b, 1040 Brussels  
Price? Free. (For no-shows we have to charge €40 administration and reservation costs. Cancellation is possible until Monday 8 October.)
Language of the event? English

Registration

More info?

Feel free to contact Maureen Gillet via maureen.gillet@nbn.be or call +32 2 738 01 02.