Senior Vice President, AIIM
Atle Skjekkeland is a Senior Vice President at AIIM – the Association for Information and Image Management. He is a technologist, educator, and innovator. His interest in the future of information management with social, mobile, cloud, and big data has made him a frequent keynoter and workshop facilitator at events across the world. Atle is also the architect behind AIIM’s training programs with close to 30,000 students. He has a Master of Science degree from Norwegian School of Economics, and he has for the last 9 years lived just outside Washington DC with his wife Gardy and daughter Isabelle.
D2. Information Mismanagement - Time for a New Approach
2.00pm - 2.30pm
Information is the new oil - it can be use to add value, reduce costs, manage risk and disrupt competition. But most of today's corporate information is out of reach and difficult to find. Leave this session with insight in how to leverage Intelligent Information Management to change the game.
F2. How to Automate Information Governance and Compliance
3.30pm - 4.00pm
Don´t rely on staff to consistently identify, capture, and classify records. Join us to discuss new strategies and technologies for automating information governance and compliance.
By attending this session you will learn to:
- Identify ways to automate how records are identified, captured and classified
- Determine technologies for automating information governance and compliance
- Plan how to establish a business case for change
F4. GDPR Discussion Panel: Where to From Here? - hosted by extaCloud
16.05pm - 17.00pm
This panel will discuss the new challenges emerging from the long-anticipated introduction of GDPR last month, including future developments and knock-on effects if the UK exits the European Union next year. Key discussion points will include the essential legal requirements that have already come into force, the perceived ‘transition period’ for full GDPR compliance, the ICO’s likely enforcement strategy, resourcing issues for processing ‘Subject Access Requests’ (SARs) and the practicalities of provisions such as the 'Right to be Forgotten', the 'Right to object to Automated Processing' and 'Privacy by Design', plus other commercial impacts on organisations doing business in Europe.
Atle will be chairing this years GDPR Discussion Panel with panellists including:
- Seb Matthews, Founder & Consultant, extaCloud
- Dai Davis, Solicitor and Partner, Percy Crow Davis & Co
- Madi McAllister, Information Governance Officer, Church of England.