Orange County Chapter of ARMA

Why Security and Privacy needs Records and Information Governance? Presented by Jeff Lewis

Jeff's presentation will be on lessons learned as he became a Records Manager reporting to a Chief Security Officer.  How you as a Records and Information Governance professional can offer valuable partnership to InfoSec and Privacy.  He will draw from his experiences as a long-time records manager and how he partnered with security to develop stronger programs on both sides.

Don't miss this fantastic case study from the ARMA International Information Governance Program of the Year 2017!!!!!!

Eventbrite - Why Security and Privacy needs Records and Information Governance? Presented by Jeff Lewis

Jeff Lewis was born and raised in Peoria, Illinois and attended California Western School of Law in San Diego.  He is an attorney although he does not practice law.  He has been in the records and information management field for over 18 years working at such law firms as Fenwick & West, Hanson Bridgett and most recently, Sheppard Mullin.  
He has been active in the professional records management organization known as ARMA for most of his career and is currently the President of the Greater Los Angeles Chapter.  Jeff is also a member of the information security organization ISACA and earned his Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification in 2015. 

Save the Date!!!- Certified Records Analyst Prep Seminar- March 1

Iron Mountain | 16028 Marquardt Ave | Cerritos, CA 90703

Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Save the date for this valuable seminar on March 1st! More details to follow in the coming months. Price to be determined soon.

The CRA provides another opportunity to be a member of the ICRM.  By achieving the CRA designation, records management professionals demonstrate a solid foundation in Records and Information Management (RIM); potentially on their way to attaining the CRM.  CRA's are knowledgeable and experienced in active and inactive records systems.  A CRA's knowledge includes such areas as electronic records and information; regulatory compliance-related requirements; the lifecycle management of records and information; and more.   

This certification provides an opportunity for immediate certification to those existing CRM candidates that have already successfully passed Parts 2-4 of the examinations; while still retaining the ability to continue on to the CRM.  The CRA allows newly educated and experienced records management professionals the ability to become a member of the Institute; thereby improving their opportunities for career advancement and increasing the number of educated and credentialed millennials to meet the demand for RIM and Information Governance (IG) positions in the global marketplace.