CANON BUSINESS PROCESS SERVICES WEBCAST SERIES

The link between information management and data security is simple: If the loss, theft or unauthorized use of records or information can harm your business in any way, that information must be secured.

As threats to information security evolve every day, information governance professionals must adapt. In order to stay in front of tomorrow’s threats, you must first answer a few questions: What types of records and information would do the most damage to your business if accessed illicitly, where are your biggest vulnerabilities, and what steps can you take today to ensure information security moving forward? 

Join Canon and The Providence Group for this can’t-miss webcast, and you will learn:

  • The role that different types of information management professionals play to maintain information security.
  • 5 data security issues that records and information management professionals must be prepared for.
  • Actions you can take today to prepare for and prevent today’s top information security risks.
  • How to see information management through a security lens, and identify the information that needs to be protected.
Melissa Carlis
Senior Director, Information Governance Solutions
IGP, CRM, CIP, ermM
Canon Business Process Services

Melissa Carlis is a seasoned records and information management professional serving the industry over 15 years. Melissa works with companies to develop an information management strategy and program that meets business objectives and minimizes risk. Melissa is a frequent speaker at industry conferences such as ARMA.

Jonathan Litchman
Co-Founder and CEO
The Providence Group

Jonathan Litchman is a national security veteran with experience as an intelligence officer at the Central Intelligence Agency and Defense Department, a staff member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a senior defense industry profit and loss (P&L) executive. He was the Executive Secretary for the National Warning Intelligence Task Force and most recently led Edelman Public Relations’ cybersecurity policy and national security practice.


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