Records Management and Privacy: Cooperation, not Competition
Date & Time
Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Andrew Geider

"Two birds. While records management and privacy may have differing requirements, both programs can require many of the same capabilities. 

One stone. Many companies are combining the records management and privacy functions into a single organization. 

Regulatory risk. Increased privacy laws and regulations around the world are driving companies to reexamine their approach to records management and privacy. 

Biggest challenge. If records management and privacy exist as separate organizations, the biggest challenge is often getting alignment between both groups. 

Privacy programs and records programs share many of the same capabilities and obligations, making a merger of the two programs advantageous. Civic governments are increasingly coming to this conclusion, combining their privacy and records management into a single function to drive better compliance, reduce conflicts, optimize resources, and achieve synergy. 

People, especially government employees, who use Records Management and Privacy should attend. They should have a basic knowledge of the two concepts. "