Most organizations understand the need to define and manage retention policies, but what about the rest of your policies that govern your data management? Privacy laws like GDPR, CCPA, NYDFS, and others, combined with data quality programs like ISO27001, require you to manage the complete lifecycle, from creation to final disposition, for all your information assets. And to do that, you need an effective tool.  You need an information register.

An information register provides a way to collect, document and publish all the policies, retention rules and lifecycles for every type of information asset, but it goes beyond that. It provides an accountability framework for the activities and processes around your sensitive information, an essential tool for monitoring compliance and preparing for audits.

Join us on April 16th, 2 pm ET when we will outline the benefits of an enterprise-wide information register solution and show you an example. You will see how you can collect and manage all your information policies in one place with an Information Register like everteam.policy. We’ll also share the findings of our recent Information Policy Management survey, which will help you benchmark your policy-related processes against other organizations.  

During the webinar, we will provide:

  • An overview of the regulations and programs driving the need for improved information management
  • Key Findings from our Policy Management Survey
  • An answer to the question “What is an Information Register?”
  • The role of managing policies, rules and lifecycles in an information governance initiative
  • Key Features of an Information Register solution
  • A demo of everteam.policy, a comprehensive policy management, and information register solution

Who will be speaking ? 

Ken Lownie

Ken Lownie, VP North America @ Everteam

Ken Lownie is Vice President, North America of Everteam Inc. He works directly with senior executives responsible for Information governance within their organizations. Ken is a graduate of Colgate University and MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and is a frequent writer and speaker at industry conferences, including InfoGovCon, AIIM, ARMA, The MER Conference as well as FIMA.

Register now! Managing Information Policies and Lifecycles