The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
took effect on May 25, 2018. The regulation is designed to
protect the privacy rights and freedoms of individuals residing
in the EU. However, the regulation is being deemed the new “gold
standard” for privacy protection globally. Under GDPR,
individuals have specific data subject rights relating to data
erasure/deletion and organizations have defined data retention
and destruction responsibilities. In this session, Lisa will
introduce attendees to GDPR and share how to facilitate a path
towards records/information management compliance under the
This online presentation discusses the federal government’s use of social media and the balance between freedom of information and privacy. It will closely examine the social media platforms employed by the federal governments of five countries, along with a discussion of associated policies, reasons and issues. The guest speakers will also cover the freedom of information acts, privacy laws, regulations, and policies implemented within these same countries.
This session will introduce the Certified Information Professional certification, how to prepare for the CIP exam, and review available resources for CIP candidates. Attendees will learn why and how the CIP was created, the intended audience, and how the CIP relates to other industry designations and training programs.