2020-2021 GWDC ARMA CHAPTER PROGRAM SCHEDULE
The Greater Washington DC Chapter holds monthly meetings from September to June at a Metro-accessible location. Chapter meetings are open to anyone who has an interest in records and information management issues.
What: GWDC ARMA Webinar Chapter Meeting
When: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Webinar - RESERVE YOUR SEAT
Contact: Tony Donaldson, Vice-President of Membership at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Catered No Food, Soft Drinks and Dessert will be served
Register: Chapter Members $25.00 (Free of Charge)
Register: Non-Members $30.00 (Free of Charge)
Sponsor: Edge Digital Group
Presententor: Galina Datskovsky, PhD, CRM, CEO at Vaporstream
Topic: What are records generated via mobile devices and how do we capture them?
Dr. Galina Datskovsky, CRM, FAI and serial entrepreneur is an internationally recognized information governance, privacy, compliance, security and artificial intelligence expert. Galina is currently the CEO of Vaporstream, Inc. She previously held the position of SVP of Information Governance at Autonomy/HP and was General Manager of the Information Governance Business Unit and SVP of Architecture while at CA Technologies. She joined CA in 2006 with the acquisition of MDY Group International, where she was founder and CEO.
Galina currently sits on the advisory board of the Executive Woman’s Forum. She is a champion of the entrepreneurial spirit as she has served on the board of multiple startups, assisting with strategy and continues to support the startup community. Galina served as Chair, President, President Elect and Director of ARMA International (2007-2013) and has been widely published in academic journals, speaking frequently for industry organizations worldwide. She was designated a Distinguished Engineer while at CA (2006-10), was the recipient of the prestigious Emmet Leahy award (2013) and was named a Fellow of ARMA International (2014).
Prior to founding MDY, Galina consulted for IBM and Bell Labs and taught at the Fordham University Graduate School of Business and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University. She earned her doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science from Columbia University.
What are records generated via mobile devices and how do we capture them? We live in a world of mobility, instant communication and instant reaction. However, many still use outdated communication technologies due to the fact that change is hard and capturing records from mobile technologies is not always easy. For example, if you use carrier SMS, capturing a record of communications is nearly impossible. Is there a way to introduce modern mobile technologies while maintaining the stringent recordkeeping requirements? We will examine the different kinds of mobile communication technologies, their recordkeeping capabilities, and set rules for evaluation and recordkeeping in the fast-changing mobile world.
Analyze privacy, security, and compliance impacts of your current mobile use and how secure mobile messaging can help improve those areas for your organization
Identify use cases that can be enhanced by the use of ephemeral secure mobile messaging
Discuss the legal considerations for compliant secure messaging to ensure the proper use of technology for your organization
Develop a BYOD and COPE strategy that includes secure mobile messaging to ensure compliance and privacy