Information Destruction 2014 Conference

3rd December 2014
BSIA Information Destruction 2014 Conference - NEW guidance Document on the BSEN15713 standards.

 

This year's Information Destruction networking charity event, industry stakeholders are being encouraged to book their place for what is set to be a highly informative and entertaining occasion.

 

This event will also see the press release of the updated BSEN15713 guidance document, offering up-to date advice on standards specific the UK market.  Also clarification on the  Governments Security Classifications Policy and useful guidance for end users to police existing contracts and write up tenders, and to ensure legal compliance.

 

Taking place on Thursday 4th December at the Hilton Garden Inn, Birmingham, this annual event aims to provide a dedicated forum for information destruction professionals to share best practice and learn about recent developments in legislation, standards and technology.

 

This year's event looks set for success, promising an informative and varied programme, including presentations covering topics such as:

 

•The short to medium-term industry outlook from the Information Commissioner's Office.

•Technological innovation within the industry (Global Recycling & Vecoplan).

•Useful advice on tax, accounting and outsourcing (Cobia).

•Insurance within the sector (Waste Insure).

 

Commenting on his presentation, Steve Eckersley, Head of Enforcement and Senior Investigating Officer at the Information Commissioner's Office, asserted that his presentation will, "...outline the current threats and trends, enforcement powers and investigation tools and the recent outcomes of data loss incidents investigated." 

 

As well as formal presentations, there will be a question and answer session to facilitate an engaging dialogue. Panellists set to take part include: Anthony Pearlgood of PHS Datashred, Mark Coombes of Shred-on-Site, Mike Annett of C&M Waste Management and Christopher Perry of Perrys Recycling.

 

 

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