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Information Governance and the Cloud – Oct 24 & 26

Register: Regina | Saskatoon Information Governance and the Cloud VIP Invitation October 24 – Regina (Doubletree Hotel, 1975 Broad Street) October 26 – Saskatoon (The Saskatoon Club, 417-21st Street E)       The “Hybrid Cloud” looms for many organizations while Information Governance is on the lips of senior management. How do these two seemingly disparate concepts co-exist?

Security 101- Security Acronyms

 From our Security 10 Webinar, here is a list of using acronyms! 3DES Triple DES ACK Flood Attacker inundates target machine with ACK packets ACL Access Control List Acronym What it Stands For? Administrative Controls AES Advanced Encryption Standard ALE Annual Loss Expectancy Anonamyization sanitizing of non-sensitive information (Privacy) Application Layer Firewall capability to understand

Security 101 Webinar – Thursday September 21, 2017

Security 101 Webinar – Thursday September 21, 2017    ARMA Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the second session in this years ongoing program series that will highlight the need for corporate disciplines to work together in order to achieve Information Governance in their organizations. This session will offer the attendees an introduction and awareness of the

IG Obstacles

Looking for a quick way to minimize your business risk as it relates to Information Technology (IT). Business executives hear “information governance” (IG), and assume that their policies, procedures, best practices and staff are on top of it. Often, however, this is not the case. No surprise, there is no quick fix, but AIIM released

This Week In IG – The man behind those annoying password rules now says he was wrong

This week The Wall Street Journal interviewed Bill Burr (CTV News article): "The man responsible for the annoying requirement that your passwords include capital letters, random characters and numbers now says he regrets the advice he gave fourteen years ago." To think all these years P@ssw0rd123 hasn't been that strong! We hear on a regular

Who should be on an IG Committee?

The makeup of an IG committee is essentially driven by two things. The first is the inclusion of an appropriate member from each corporate discipline in your corporation. This includes legal, risk, IT, rim, privacy, administration, security and if possible a member of senior management. The second is tied to how supportive senior management actually

What should an IG framework look like?

An IG framework will look slightly different in every corporation because there are always differences in corporate reporting structures and corporate cultures as well as sizes of organization. Some businesses will have every discipline where others will use outside resources for those services that don’t exist internally such as legal and risk. Whatever the framework