Information Governance Exchange 2015 Event
Information Governance Exchange was an event focused on data governance, data privacy, EDRM and compliance, Legal IT and Information Security.The event was unique as participation was exclusive, limited to senior information governance executives and leading litigators. Those interested could fill in an invitation application form to see if he or she were qualified to take part in the event.
This was the 2015 event's website.
Content is from the site's 2015 archived pages.
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The event is also unique in its organization, the itinerary can be customized to your business needs, priorities and strategic objectives. The event offers conference sessions, one-to-one business meetings and interactive discussions. It’s especially important that the participants have an opportunity to organize one-on-one meetings with solution providers of their choice
The Exchange Format
To ensure the Information Governance Exchange offers the highest degree of relevancy, only senior executives responsible for strategic development and investment in areas such data governance, data privacy, EDRM and compliance are invited to attend. This exclusive format allows you to connect with those peers whose insights you respect most – through exceptional networking, business meetings and strategic information sharing sessions.
Please fill in an invitation application form to see if you qualify, or if you provide a leading product or service to this market please download the Solution Provider Information Pack to see if there is an opportunity for you to be a part of this unique meeting.
As a leading executive in this market, we understand that your time is valuable, which is why at the Information Governance Exchange you will customize your own itinerary to reflect your current initiatives, priorities and future strategic objectives. Your agenda will be made up of conference sessions, one-to-one business meetings, interactive BrainWeave discussions, and other innovative networking opportunities.
What distinguishes this event from others?
The Information Governance Exchange is not a typical conference and there are some key distinguishing features that provide you with a truly unique forum in which to participate:
- Attendance is exclusive - Participation is strictly limited to senior information governance executives and leading litigators to facilitate true peer-level networking for our delegation and speakers.
- Strategic conference sessions - The intellectual content of the conference program is specifically designed for the seniority and maturity of the participants and has been developed following 9 months of in-depth research.
- An itinerary customized to your current business objectives - Information Governance Exchange participants customize their agendas by selecting conference sessions, BrainWeaves and one-to-one meetings with solution providers that they are most interested in meeting and networking with.
- One-to-one business meetings – The business meetings provide an exceptional opportunity for event participants to assess the solutions and services that are available to help them achieve their business objectives. For a full list of the solution providers participating please visit our solution provider's page.
Do you qualify?
We qualify all attendees of the Information Governance Exchange on job function and strategic responsibility to ensure you’re guaranteed to meet and engage with an elite group of expert practitioners. Every attendee must have an active project within their legal, compliance, privacy, information governance or IT function, and must answer ‘yes’ to two of the following criteria in order to gain an invitation:
- My company’s annual revenue is $1 billion or above
- I have a personal annual budget of $10 million or above
- I am General Counsel, CIO, CISO, Chief Privacy Officer, Chief Data Officer, Head of Information Governance, or I report directly to one of these
- I make the decision or sit within the decision making unit that decides where Information Governance budget is spent
- I am responsible for approving budget for legal, compliance or information governance cost
- I am directly responsible for Information Governance Strategy within my organization
If you haven’t yet received an invitation yet but feel you qualify to be one of the information governance leaders at the Exchange, please enquire today
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:
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.
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.
An itinerarycustomized to your current business objectives - Exchange participants select conference sessions, BrainWeaves and one-to-one meetings to suit their individual needs.
One-to-one business meetings – These provide an exceptional opportunity for event participantsto assess the solutions and services that are available to help them achieve their business objectives.
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Who Will You Meet?
To ensure the Information Governance Exchange offers the highest degree of relevancy for attendees, only General Counsel, CISOs, Chief Data Officers and Global/Regional Heads of Information Governance, Data Privacy, eDiscovery, Litigation, Compliance, Legal IT and Information Security are invited. This exclusive format allows you to connect with those peers whose insights you respect most through exceptional networking, business meetings and strategic information sharing sessions.
Delegates attending the Information Governance Exchange will represent a cross industry selection, with the following job titles:
From large, global corporations in:
A sample of senior executives who have attended the Information Governance Exchange globally include:
*Please note this is a sample only. The company names and job titles below have been reordered to protect the identity of the specific individuals who have attended.
|Bank of America||Assistant General Counsel|
|T Rowe Price||Assistant Vice President Data|
|Shire Pharmaceuticals||Associate Director, Process & Solutions, Records & Information Management|
|Assurant Inc||Chief Compliance Officer|
|HSBC||Chief Data Officer, Americas, Global Head of Data Quality|
|RS Investments||Chief Information Officer|
|Aflac||Chief Information Security Officer|
|Voya Financial||Chief Privacy Officer|
|National Archives & Records Administration||Chief Records Officer|
|Hauwei||Chief Security Officer|
|American Express||Chief Technology Counsel|
|CareCentrix||Chief Technology Officer|
|UBS||DART Director (Discovery & Response Team)|
|NYC Department of Education||Deputy CISO|
|Biogen||Director Information Security & Governance|
|Comerica Bank||Director of Corporate Records & Information Lifecycle Management|
|Amgen||Director of Information Security|
|Fannie Mae||Director of Litigation & eDiscovery|
|UBS||Director, Group Information Governance|
|NBC Universal||Director, Information Governance|
|Enbridge||Director, Records & Information Management|
|CBS||Director, Records Management|
|Pfizer||Director, Strategy Development & Integration|
|JPMorgan||Executive Director, eDiscovery|
|USB||Executive Director, Group Information Governance|
|JP Morgan||Executive Director, Information Management and Governance|
|Novartis Consumer Health||Global Head of Information Governance Program Management|
|Eldorado Gold Corporation||Global Information Governance Manager|
|John Deere||Global Security Strategist|
|Pfizer||Global Senior Director, Information Governance|
|Suntrust Bank||Group Vice President, Information Management|
|Pacific Life||Head of Information Security|
|Mercedes-Benz||Information Governance Specialist|
|Macquarie||Information Manager (Americas)|
|Sprint||Manager Legal Discovery|
|Towers Watson||Managing Counsel, eDiscovery & Data Management|
|Goldman Sachs||Managing Director, Chief Data Officer, Global Head of Reference Data|
|JPMorgan||Managing Director, Global Head of Information Security Services|
|Capital One Financial||Senior Director Data Governance|
|GE||Senior Legal Counsel|
|Biogen Idec||Senior Manager, Quality & Governance|
|SEI Investments||Senior Risk Officer|
|Citi||Senior Vice President Enterprise Risk Management|
|AIG||Senior Vice President, Legal Chief Data Officer, Process and Information|
|BT||Vice President & Chief Counsel Americas|
|Credit Agricole Bank||Vice President & Counsel|
|LPL Financial||Vice President Application Development|
|TD Bank||Vice President Corporate Compliance, US Privacy|
|Credit Suisse||Vice President Information Management|
|Schneider Electric||Vice President Information Security & Cyber Risk Management|
|RBS Citizens||Vice President of Metadata|
|BNY Mellon||Vice President Risk & Compliance|
|AIG||Vice President, Analytics|
|Enbridge||Vice President, Corporate Law, Deputy General Counsel|