Category Archives: Events

Events that IGI is attending or producing.

What Will You Learn at the 2017 CIGO Summit?

Since bursting onto the scene in 2015, the CIGO Summit, held this year in Chicago May 10-11, has worked to define the playbook of this critically emerging and ever-evolving C-level officer, dubbed the Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO), and how a person in this role plays a significant part in his/her company’s success. As we move […]

We Are Less Than One Month Away from the 2017 CIGO Summit

It’s time for the Third Annual Chief Information Governance Officer (CIGO) Summit. The CIGO Summit is a by-invitation-only, executive event for senior leaders in cybersecurity, information management, law, privacy, data analytics, records management, compliance, and other IG-related disciplines. The age of big data means organizations have more information under their control than ever before. Unlocking the […]

Support International Research Into IG at Public Authorities

The IGI is proud to support the work of institutions around the world doing research and and other work to promote our understanding and adoption of IG as a discipline and a profession. One of those group is the InterPARES Trust, a multi-national, interdisciplinary research project exploring issues concerning digital records and data entrusted to the Internet. Our […]

Don’t Forget to Register for our Post-LTNY Webinar

Reminder: Join Us for a Live Discussion on Wednesday, February 8th AT 1PM EDT Register Now! In our first webinar of 2017, IGI leaders will host a discussion with subject matter experts from IGI Charter Supporter OpenText.  UPDATE: Our experts will also share most important IG and E-Discovery trends and developments they just saw and heard at the LegalTech […]

Book Launch at LegalTech NY

Please join IGI Co-Chair Jason R. Baron and other e-discovery and information governance luminaries at our reception for the launch of Jason’s new book, “Perspectives on Predictive Coding,” published by the American Bar Association. There is no better guide to current thinking and practice on advanced technologies for finding and governing information than found here from […]