On Thursday, October 22, 2020, David C. Shonka will participate in a panel at the 2020 Boise Valley ARMA Meeting.  The panel will tackle the topic, “Privacy & Data Security Regulation: Implications for RIM & IG,” and provide a detailed overview of the RIM and IG impacts of privacy and data security regulations.  Privacy and data security laws have been adopted in almost every state, and a national law is looking increasingly likely.  These laws vary in scope and detail, like California’s Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) focusing on data privacy; New York’s SHIELD Act focusing on data security; and others, like Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), have a very narrow focus.  While all these laws have gotten plenty of public attention, less is known about the requirements they place on records management and information governance.  Panelists will provide insight into the following important questions:

  • Do these laws have records retention requirements?  
  • Records deletion requirements?
  • Records maintenance requirements?
  • What are the regulations that impact records and information systems?
  • How are these regulations and requirements enforced, and by whom?

More information on this event can be found here.