Monday 9th December, 2013
3:30pm to 4:30pm
The recent SOCITM Insight report on Information Governance highlights the challenges faced by CIOs and SIROs as they look to stem security breaches caused by unsecure information sharing, and recent research conducted by Forrester and the Guardian emphasise the size and scale of the challenge facing the public sector.
This session examines how consumer based file sharing solutions, such as Dropbox, are affecting Information Governance due to the lack of inherent security and governance that is required by the public sector. Using real-life scenarios, we will share how other local authorities and central government agencies can securely share information between organisations to support activities such as board meetings and members committees, legal services, multi-agency safeguarding hubs, serious case reviews and troubled families. With the increased use and diversity of information repositories within organisations, including content stored in Microsoft SharePoint, it is critical that organisations promote an information sharing culture whilst maintaining compliance, governance, auditability and traceability.
Scott McIntyre, Managing Director EMEA, Objective Corporation
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