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Information Rights - the hot topics

Recently we held a week long webinar series based on FOI and data protection. Over the week, five experts from across the field joined forces to discuss everything from handling complex SARs, to successful FOI management and digital transformation journeys.

Over the course of the week we had over 500 registrations, demonstrating that there is a high level of interest in these subject areas. Most of the feedback we received indicated that you would like more of this sort of content.

Our aim is to help facilitate conversations across Information Rights and help fill the gap in areas where, perhaps, there is a lack of knowledge sharing and debate or where issues and their solutions need more exposure. In Estelle Dehon, Lynn Wyeth, Barry Moult, Bill Goodwin, and David Hyett, we were able to draw from a range of different experiences to help advance these conversations.

What’s your opinion?

We are planning to hold our next webinar series in September and would love to have your thoughts on what topics you think would be of interest to the sector.

Be part of the conversation

We are also always looking for speakers from a range of different backgrounds and experiences within information rights, so please get in touch if you feel you can contribute to the debate and would like to raise your profile within the sector.

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