ISACA Atlanta Chapter Meeting | Data Retention Policies Are You Up to Date?

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Too often companies put retention polices in place and then forget about them. Over time, as the business changes, legislation changes, and technology changes and companies forget to keep their retention policies up to date. As responsible data stewards, we must revisit and align retention policies so that data is secured where it actually lives. In this session, James Baird will discuss one of the largest gaps in many retention policies - the retention of electronic data. He will discuss strategies for retaining electronic data that is stored in SAP and other large enterprise systems. - Strategies for applying retention policies to electronic data, especially HR data and other sensitive and highly regulated information - Why it's important to archive and store data in low cost repositories outside of enterprise systems - How to automate retention for electronic data to ensure continued compliance and facilitate monitoring

ISACA Atlanta Chapter Meeting | Data Retention Policies Are You Up to Date?

geek week logo-c-noborder

Too often companies put retention polices in place and then forget about them. Over time, as the business changes, legislation changes, and technology changes and companies forget to keep their retention policies up to date. As responsible data stewards, we must revisit and align retention policies so that data is secured where it actually lives.

In this session, James Baird will discuss one of the largest gaps in many retention policies – the retention of electronic data. He will discuss strategies for retaining electronic data that is stored in SAP and other large enterprise systems.

– Strategies for applying retention policies to electronic data, especially HR data and other sensitive and highly regulated information
– Why it’s important to archive and store data in low cost repositories outside of enterprise systems
– How to automate retention for electronic data to ensure continued compliance and facilitate monitoring

The North American Shared Services Leaders’ Summit

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The flagship event, now in its 6th year, will address why the past twelve months have shown a radical shift in focus for share services organizations. At sharedserviceslink we believe that three topics are the drivers for this “new order” – Digitization, Globalization and HR.

The shared services landscape is in a state of re-invention. The creation of new identities for SSOs is happening as they seek to enhance their performance and better their results. This event is dedicated to uniting shared services leaders so that they can discuss what’s on the horizon and how best to take advantage of what’s coming next.