Brenda Barnhill, JD, LL.M. – Director & Consulting Specialist at Access
Steve Neilly, CRM – President, Consulting Services at Access
When it comes to managing information, privacy cannot exist in a vacuum.
At its core, privacy compliance is concerned with the management and control of who should have access to what information when. The most effective way to do this requires the same tools used in a well-developed information governance program to be successful.
While the goal would be to integrate them smoothly and seamlessly, oftentimes you may encounter scenarios where things don’t add up and 1+1 = 3.
This live educational webcast will show you how to sort through these issues and solve for discrepancies between these two seemingly distinct but inherently linked verticals.
With over 30 years experience advising organizations large & small, John Montaña has long been considered one of the top experts in the world on all domestic and global records and information management issues.— John Montaña, J.D., FIIM, FAIVP of Information Governance, Montaña & Associates, an Access Company
Brenda offers more than 20 years of experience in the accounting, privacy, legal and information governance fields and has extensive experience in the global information governance arena.— Brenda Barnhill, JD, LLMDirector & Consulting Specialist, Montaña & Associates, an Access Company