How the Digital Public Square Has Changed Records Management Forever

Presented by

Rita Reynolds, CIO for NACo, John Matelski, CIO for Dekalb County and Robert Cruz, VP, Information Governance, Smarsh

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The digital landscape is fueling an explosive growth in the complexity and volume of open records requests. As state and local agencies have adopted more tools, their requirements for capturing communications data have increased and become more complex. For the county IT leader, keeping track of the massive amount of data can be a challenge, but failing to do so can expose them to risk as well as cyber security threats. Join Rita Reynolds, CIO for the National Association of Counties, John Matelski, CIO for Dekalb County and Robert Cruz, VP, Information Governance, Smarsh, and hear these compliance experts share their insights on the growing digital landscape and what that means for counties. They will discuss: • Unrealized blind spots from Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and other discoverable data for open records requests • Creating efficiencies with open records requests by evolving how you store and access your data • The impact of the infrastructure bill and making the most of cybersecurity funds for extra protection

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