Information Governance, Risk and Compliance: Moving Forward
After the general election in the United Kingdom, there will be a new minister responsible for data protection and freedom of information, regardless of which party comes to power.
This conference aims to be the first opportunity for delegates to hear, directly from the Ministry of Justice, about what the future holds for information governance in the UK. It will be an ideal point at which to look at successes and failures in data protection and freedom of information, and how they will develop in the next four years.
The protection of personal data remains a major issue, especially within the public sector. Ensuring compliance with the Data Protection Act is extremely important, particularly given the new powers which the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has had since April 2010. This event presents a chance to review the consequences of these new powers, and other recent developments from the ICO.Â
The conference programme may be viewed here.Â Â
The event is targeted at: Information Governance Officers; Heads of Data Protection; Heads of Compliance; IT and Security Experts; Policy Directors; Risk Directors; Privacy Regulators; Project & Programme Directors.Â Â
Registration can be performed online; it requires the payment of a fee - The delegate rate is Â£295 (approx. â‚¬340) + VAT for public sector, and Â£895 (approx. â‚¬1032) + VAT for private sector. Over 100 participants are expected.Â
Event email: firstname.lastname@example.org