ARMA VI’s Annual Nanaimo Conference is April 20, 2015 – Register Now

Click on link to see poster: ARMA Vancouver Island Nanaimo Conference 2015

ARMA Vancouver Island’s main event of the year is coming soon, a one day conference in Nanaimo, BC on Monday April 20, 2015. Just four weeks away!
Register now (link) and please share this invitation with your colleagues on the Island, Mainland and beyond.

Our programming committee has lined up some great speakers this year, and we’re also looking forward to the breakout sessions where you can work on solving the issues that matter most to you.

If you’re a student with valid ID issued by an accredited educational institution, and not yet a member of ARMA International, please feel free to register at the ARMA Member rate.

8:45-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:10 Introduction
Bruce Norman Smith (MLIS), SharePoint Consultant and IM Advisor at itgroove (link)

9:10-10:10 How to Handle FOI Requests from Law Enforcement Agencies, Video Surveillance, and Privacy Impact Assessments
Bradley Weldon (LL.B, CIPP/C, CIPP/IT), Senior Policy Analyst at OIPC BC
10:10-10:30 Networking & Coffee
10:30-11:30 Critical Collaboration/Records Management, Privacy and Information Security
Lara Wilson, Director of Special Collections & University Archivists at UVic / CCA Chairperson
Dave Young, Records Management Archivist at UVic
11:30-12:15 Problem Solving Sessions
Ken Oldenburger at Information Governance Consulting (link)

12:15-1:15 Networking & Lunch (provided)
1:15-2:45 Earthquakes and Information – Is your Organization Ready?
David Miller, Senior Account Executive at CUBE Global Storage
2:45-3:00 Networking & Coffee
3:00-4:00 Integrating the Principles: Access and Privacy and IM
Julie Luckevich (MLIS, CIAPP-P), Principal Consultant at Eclaire Solutions Inc.
4:00-4:10 Closing
Jon Weston, Application Developer / Records Management Consultant at File IT Solutions (link)

Session Details
How to Handle Requests from Law Enforcement Agencies; Video Surveillance; And Privacy Impact Assessments are topics that will be coved by Bradley Weldon from the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia. His session will also include a question and answer period giving attendees a chance to ask questions about related privacy topics.
Critical Collaboration/Records Management, Privacy and Information Security– This session presented by Lara Wilson and Dave Young will focus on the role of records management in the University of Victoria’s operational response to the January 2012 privacy breach.
Breakout Session – Ken Oldenburger will facilitate attendee work groups and conversations on the topics suggested by ARMA VI members for this event. Topics include: records management solutions for smaller municipalities who cannot afford records management software, how to manage electronic records and email, a look at financial records and where the retention periods come from?, and getting a records retention schedule in place and keeping it up to date.
Earthquakes and Information – Is your organization ready? – It shouldn’t be news to anyone that a major earthquake is in Vancouver Island’s future. What would happen to your organization’s ability to protect and retrieve critical information when the big one hits? David Miller of CUBE Global Storage will discuss how to approach business continuity and disaster recovery planning, show you how to discover your organization’s vulnerabilities, and explore possible ways to minimize your risks and get your business processes up and running as soon as possible after an earthquake or other disaster.
Integrating the Principles: Access and Privacy and IM – Julie Luckevich will discuss how records and information management and access and privacy programs are beginning to overlap more and more, so why do two separate gap analyses just because there are two sets of principles? This session will explore the core concepts in both subject areas at a high level, and, using a practical methodology, show how to combine them, using either ARMA’s Principles or the CICA’s Generally Accepted Privacy Principles as the source model. Once the gap analysis is done, sample findings can be compiled and condensed into actionable workplans for senior management using either model as the primary source.

Conference details
· Theme: Bridging Privacy, Information Governance and Records Management
· Location: Nanaimo Conference Centre (Google Maps link)
· Registration Closes: Wednesday April 15th 2015
· Conference Date: Monday April 20th 2015
· Time: 8:45am – 4:15 pm
· Cost: $120 for ARMA members (Join ARMA link) and $150 for non-ARMA members

Don’t forget to Register! (link)

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