Information Governance Exchange - Sept 2016

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Taking a Strategic Approach to Information Governance, Aligning IG Investments to the Broader Business Technology Agendas

With the increasing frequency of electronic communication in the workplace and data breaches becoming a reality, illustrated by Sony, Target and Anthem, organizations realize that Information Governance goes beyond Records Management and it is a field that will continue to grow and evolve in the coming years.

It is the year of value. Companies must extract value from their information. As such, the Information Governance Exchange is designed to provide a platform for those corporations that recognize the need to reposition their approach to information governance to benchmark with senior peers and solution providers capable of defining and successfully navigating this new territory. 

Top 5 Reasons to Attend:

  1. This is the most senior and prestigious Information Governance event in North America. Don’t believe us? Take a look at last year’s attendee list.

  2. Strategic conference sessions - The content of the conference program is specifically designed for the seniority of the participants, covering key topics such as data privacy, EDRM and regulatory expectations. View the agenda.

  3. An itinerary customized to your current business objectives - Exchange participants select conference sessions, BrainWeaves and one-to-one meetings to suit their individual needs. 

  4. One-to-one business meetings – These provide an exceptional opportunity for event participants to assess the solutions and services that are available to help them achieve their business objectives.

  5. Testimonials from your peers that you can’t argue with!

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  • Information Governance Exchange 2015 Post Event ReportInformation Governance Exchange 2015 Post Event Report
    Take a look at some of the themes and sessions that took place at the 2015 Information Governance Exchange by downloading the Post Event Report which covers: 
    • Discover key attendance stats so you can see who participated
    • Understand what your peers are investing in during 2016 and beyond
    • Find out the top themes addressed at the Exchange including mobile and privacy, cloud, information sharing, globalizing governance and much more!


"The pre-qualification is outstanding; all of the conversations we had were very relevant" Mid-Atlantic Director, OpenText
"Efficient, senior, collaborative" Executive Director, Information Management and Governance, JP Morgan
"To have a captive audience with folks interested in exactly what we are providing is invaluable" Senior Sales Executive, Viewpointe
"It’s spot right on!" Director of Enterprise Sales, Americas, CommVault
"This is my new favorite conference; the quality of presenters is very unique" Microsoft
"The Exchange has been a very valuable opportunity" Director of Business Development, Infobelt
"The conference has exceeded our expectations" Vice President of Sales, Iron Mountain
"I would definitely recommend it to my colleagues" Information Governance Specialist, Mercedes-Benz

2015 Speakers Included

 Talvis Love
Talvis Love
SVP Enterprise Architecture and Chief Information Security Officer
Cardinal Health
 Rachel Reid
Rachel Reid
Senior Cousel and Chief Privacy Officer
Voya Financial
 Jason Stearns
Jason Stearns
Director Legal & Compliance
 Jacob Springer
Jacob Springer
Chief Privacy Officer and Compliance Division Counsel
Abbott Laboratories
 Richard Kessler
Richard Kessler
Executive Director, Group Information Governance
 Nickolas Savage
Nickolas Savage
Acting ASAC
Federal Bureau of Investigation
 Carl Thomas
Carl Thomas
Executive Director, Head of Information Lifecycle Management
J. P. Morgan Chase
 Cheryl McKinnon
Cheryl McKinnon
Principal Analyst
Forrester Research
 Elizabeth Albee
Elizabeth Albee
Senior Manager, Quality & Governance
Biogen Idec
 Chad Marson
Chad Marson
Operational Risk Officer
 Scott Whipps
Scott Whipps
Records and Information Manager
Honda North America Inc
 Anne Kershaw
Anne Kershaw
Managing Director
Knowledge Strategy Solutions

Sponsors & Exhibitors
2015 Solution Providers Included
Capital Novus
Centripetal Networks Inc.
Hanzo Archives
Lighthouse eDiscovery
Proofpoint Inc.
Rational Enterprise
Veritas Technologies Corporation
ZL Technologies
Media Partners
Independent Research Partner
Media Partners
2015 Media Partners Included:
GlobalRisk Community
IT GRC Forum
CEE Legal Matters
Infosecurity Magazine
Cyber Defense Magazine
Information Security Buzz
Legal IQ