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Des Plaines River Valley ARMA - Fall Seminar 2011

  • 27 Sep 2011
  • 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Chicago Botanic Garden, 1000 Lake Cook Road in Glencoe, Illinois

Des Plaines River Valley ARMA
Fall Seminar 2011

Chicago Botanic Garden
September 27th, 2011
7:30am to 4:30pm

All members of ARMA welcome!

Speakers for the Fall Seminar 2011  

Randolph A. Kahn, ESQ. 

Randolph A. Kahn, ESQ. is an internationally acclaimed speaker, consultant and award winning author of dozens of published works including “Privacy Nation,” “Information Nation Warrior,” “Information Nation: Seven Keys to Information Management Compliance” and “E-Mail Rules”. Based upon the success of “Information Nation: Seven Keys to Information Management Compliance”, this book is now in its second edition of publication. Mr. Kahn was the recipient of the prestigious Britt Literary Award. He has been honored with the Information Hero award by Hewlett Packard, an awarded bestowed upon a very select few.  He is an internationally recognized authority on the legal, compliance, and policy issues of information technology and information, and trusted advisor and consultant to Fortune 500 companies, governmental agencies and court systems.As founder of Kahn Consulting, Inc., Mr. Kahn leads a team of information management, regulatory, compliance and technology professionals who serve as consultants and advisors to major institutions around the globe. Each year Mr. Kahn speaks dozens of times around the globe to corporate and government institutions.

 "Doing Business the Socially Networked Way"

Whether you or your executives know it, some of your colleagues are now using Social Network tools to make business happen in a “faster, better, and cheaper” way every day.  How do we regulate these incredibly powerful new business tools?  This session will explore these new technologies, how they are used, and the legal and information challenges presented by their use.

Craig Ball, P.C.

Craig Ball of Austin, Texas is a Board Certified trial lawyer, certified computer forensic examiner and electronic evidence expert. He has dedicated his globetrotting career to teaching the bench and bar about forensic technology and trial tactics. After decades trying lawsuits, Craig now limits his practice solely to serving as a court-appointed special master and consultant in computer forensics and electronic discovery, and to publishing and lecturing on computer forensics, emerging technologies, digital persuasion and electronic discovery. Craig writes the award-winning Ball in Your Court column on electronic discovery for Law Technology News and is the author of numerous articles on e-discovery and computer forensics, many available at www.craigball.com.  Craig Ball has consulted or served as the Special Master or testifying expert in computer forensics and electronic discovery in some of the most challenging and well-known cases in the U.S. Named as one of the Best Lawyers in America and a Texas Superlawyer, Craig is a recipient of the Presidents' Award, the State Bar of Texas' most esteemed recognition of service to the profession. Notwithstanding formal training and multiple certifications in computer forensics, Craig credits a lifelong passion to understand how things work and be able to explain it to others as his most cherished credential.

"Nerdy Things You Should Know About Computer Forensics"

Ever wondered why deleted data isn't gone or heard someone use buzzwords like "hashing," "deduplication" or de-NISTing but had no clue what they were talking about?  You're not alone.  Electronic discovery--and its geeky little brother, computer forensics, are two of the biggest challenges facing parties in litigation.  Both could be your strongest allies...or enemies.  In a lively, plain-spoken presentation, Craig Ball uses animation and audience interaction to demystify the geeky mysteries of digital forensics and e-discovery in ways you'll understand and enjoy.

Laurie Fischer, CRM

For over 20 years, Laurie Fischer, has helped design and develop effective records and information management programs for many of the country's largest Fortune 500 companies, primarily in the highly regulated pharmaceutical and financial services industries. Laurie has combined her records management expertise and vision with exceptional project leadership skills to help her clients implement practical yet innovative solutions in today's complex and challenging record keeping environment. She has designed and implemented all aspects of records and information management programs, including RIM policies and procedures, comprehensive retention schedules, electronic records assessments and strategic plans, program gap analysis, audits and reviews.

“Globalizing Your Records and Information Management Program”

RIM professionals working in multi-national organizations or in companies doing business with global entities need to remove the borders from their Records and Information Management Programs to help ensure compliance in an ever-shrinking world. Harmonizing the many country-specific requirements, as well as the cultural, language and geographic differences, is a daunting task. This session will guide the participant through this very complex process, and will provide practical guidance, building on the “lessons learned” of others who have “gone global”.

Ray Cunningham, CRM, CA

Ray Cunningham is manager of records services at the University of Illinois Foundation in Urbana, Illinois. He has been a records manager for over 30 years. Previously he was records manager at the University of Utah from 1980- 1985 and founded the records management program at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. He was corporate records manager at the Midwest ISO, a federally chartered independent electrical transmission operator in Indianapolis, and was employed by Information International Associates in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.Ray was a subject matter expert for CompTIA in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois for the latest version of the CDIA+ examination. He has been teaching CDIA+ courses for four years.Ray holds two bachelor's degrees and a master's degree, all from the University of Utah.He is a Certified Archivist, a Certified Records Manager, a Certified Document Imaging Architect, and holds AIIM's master certificate in Electronic Records Management and Enterprise Content Management. He is a member of ARMA International, AIIM and the Association of Information Privacy Professionals (AIPP). In 2007 he received his Certified Information Privacy Professional certification. Ray regularly teaches document imaging and information privacy.

"Safe Harbor: A framework for US – EU data privacy"

Companies doing business with the EU are required to adhere to the Directive on Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC posing almost insurmountable obstacles to efficient business practices. A framework known as “Safe Harbor” has been devised to insure compliance, security, as well as transparency. This session will discuss the European view of privacy and the principles of Safe Harbor.

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