Secure Data Destruction Seminar
To launch the introduction of its Secure Data Destruction Division, the Irish Security Industry Association (ISIA) will be holding a seminar on the 26th March at 10am in the Fitzwilliam Hotel on the topic of handling information destruction securely and the associated data protection challenges.
Entrusting a supplier with sensitive or personal information to be destroyed is a serious decision. There are numerous concerns associated with the holding of data in your own organisation, never mind the risks when handing over the data, for which you are responsible, to a third party.
During this seminar we will explore the current data protection landscape, the risks and challenges that need to be considered when implementing a best practice data protection policy and finally what you should expect from your disposal partner of choice.
Managing Data Destruction
Following in the footsteps of its associate, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), the ISIA has recently introduced a Secure Data Destruction Division. The Chairman of the division Richard McIlwaine-Biggins stated that, “by bringing together key players in the industry we plan to raise standards in this sector, protect end users of information destruction services and ultimately protect the individuals and businesses whose personal and sensitive information may be contained in hard or soft copy”.
Date: Wednesday 26th March 2014
Venue: Fitzwilliam Hotel, Dublin 2
Time: 10:00 – 12:00
Alan O’Grady, Data Protection Commissioner’s Office
Dr. John Ghent, Director, Sytorus
Richard McIlwaine-Biggins, SDD Chairman, Irish Security Industry Association
How to Book
The seminar is FREE to attend, but we ask delegates to please reserve their place in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01-4847206. Further information is available at http://isia.ie/secure-data-destruction-seminar.
For further information please contact:
Sarah O’Donnell, Communications Director
Telephone: 01-4847206/Mobile: 087-2229127