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Recently the Chapter and our sister Chapters held our signature educational conference. The theme this year was, "RIM and IG for Today and Tomorrow". I am pleased to announce that it was well-attended and all around a successful event.
During the next two issues, I will be sharing content from the conference's publication. In this issue is an article focusing on five types of data risks. The next issue will include another article and Bill Saffady's videotaped session regarding the retention of commonly used business records. It was truly an honor to meet Bill and attend his session. As you know, he has authored sever seminal RIM books, such as, "Records and Information Management: Fundamentals of Professional Practice." I would highly encourage you to save the date for next year's conference, which will be held on Tuesday, March 6, 2018.
Also in this issue is the next episode of the "reality" series featuring IG Practitioner Lauren Barnes. In this episode, she speaks about the challenges she has faced while standing up her company's IG program. What I love about this series is that it focuses on real life experience versus being more conceptual in nature.
In closing, I would like to take this opportunity to urge you to become active in the Chapter. There are plenty of volunteer opportunities from working on the Newsletter to event planning to working in information technology. All of the opportunities translate into professional development and resume building experience.
Editor-In-Chief, exchange (NewsletterVP@armanyc.org)
- Andrew Kessler, Ernst & Young, LLP
- Gary Thomas, Pershing
- Giuliano Mineo, CLS Bank International
- Nancy Cerasoli, Mount Sinai Health System
Events at a Glance
|Tues, May 16th||The Intersection Between InfoSec and Information Management||Joe Shepley, Doculabs||Vanderbilt Suites, 44th Street and Vanderbilt, Grand Central, NYC|
|Tues, May 23rd||Taxonology: A Hands-on Taxonomy Design Workshop||Gene Stakhov, CRM, CDIA+||Kelly Drye and Warren, 101 Park Avenue, NYC|
|Tues, June 13th||End of the Year Networking Event: An Intriguing Evening of Painting with Wine and Cocktails||N/A||TBD|