Principal – Information Lifecyle Management & Governance

Position Overview: The candidate will be a member of the Information Protection team within the Information Security Division at The Bank.  This individual will serve as a subject matter expert who will help develop the Information Lifecycle Management and Governance program at The Bank.  The incumbent will be experienced with enterprise-wide policies, best practices and Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles for the management of information (electronic and paper) throughout its lifecycle.  This includes information from creation/receipt through final disposition and providing direction, organization and planning for the management and retention of The Bank records.

Job Description (Responsibilities):

  • Lead the development efforts of The Bank’s Information Management and Governance program, including Records Management and e-Discovery
  • Develop polices, processes, and procedures to ensure the enterprise-wide classification, retention and lawful disposition of company information, applying industry accepted methodology to support the achievement of objectives
  • Implement all policies, procedures, training and guidelines for the management of company information
  • Collaborate with corporate and business unit stakeholders (including Information Technology (IT), Legal, Compliance and Audit) to implement Records Management and Information Governance programs
  • Responsible for e-Discovery policy, procedures, and practices execution both internally and as conducted by outside counsel or vendors, including legal hold, data preservation, collection review and production
  • Employ strong communication, collaboration skills, and technical knowledge to influence stakeholders on key technology, security and information governance decisions impacting technology systems that touch bank information
  • Support business units’ day-to-day needs and special projects

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required (JD a plus)
  • 8+ years of progressive work experience in records/information management and/or eDiscovery with knowledge and experience leading similar programs
  • Demonstrated experience in technology applications relevant to information management and governance
  • Possess an in-depth understanding of the importance of managing company information to drive business efficiencies and reduce risks and costs
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at once and to follow through and meet deadlines
  • Ability to work collaboratively and build consensus amongst cross-functional groups and demonstrate sound judgment even in ambiguous situations
  • Self-motivation and ability to work independently

Position is a long term contract with Fifth Third Bank, 38 Fountain Square Plaza, Cincinnati, OH  45263.

Contact:  Joseph Oelke, Sr. Technical Recruiter, Office: (614) 973-7974, Email: joelke@strsi.com, LinkedIn: https//www.linkedin.com/in/joe-oelke-1336678

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RAIN OR SHINE PUBLIC SHRED DAY

 “In keeping with the proclamation of April as RIM Month”

 Shredding your Past to Protect your Future

PAPER SHRED (ONLY)

Sponsored by: Greater Cincinnati Chapter of ARMA

Mobile paper shredding services provided by: Shred-it & Iron Mountain

WHEN:  SATURDAY APRIL 29, 2017

TIME:  10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

LOCATION:  Cincinnati Financial Corporation, 6200 South Gilmore Rd., Fairfield, Ohio 45014

DIRECTIONS:   From I-71 and I-75- Take exit for I-275 westbound to exit 39, Fairfield/Forest Park.  Cincinnati Mills will be on the right side. Pass the mall Cincinnati Financial Corporation is the tallest building on same side of mall. Go past Cincinnati Financial Corporation to signal light at Mack and Gilmore. Turn right at light onto Mack. Turn right into parking lot at next two entrances. Follow the signs to the garage.

 ARMA International is a not-for-profit professional association and the authority on managing records and information.   The Greater Cincinnati chapter serves the tri-state area, with members from corporate, government, service, and information industry entities.                      

April 11, 2017 Meeting Notice

Data Analytics: What it is, and why it matters

You see lots of job postings.  It’s almost like the “must have toy” of the decade.  Every organization is getting or growing its data analytics capabilities; but why?   What is it, how is it done, how does it impact Records Management and other information governance controls and how can I learn how to do it?  Join ARMA Greater Cincinnati Chapter to learn more about this growing discipline that is part IT, part Sherlock Holmes, and part statistician.

Our Speaker:

Michael J. Fry is Professor and Head of the Department of Operations, Business Analytics and Information Systems and has been named a Lindner Research Scholar in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati. Previously, Professor Fry served as Interim Director of the University of Cincinnati Center for Business Analytics, and he has been a visiting professor at Cornell University and University of British Columbia. He has consulted for a variety of organizations including Great American Insurance Group, Procter & Gamble, Cardinal Health, Boeing, Copeland Corporation, Coleman Company, Starbucks Coffee Company, Vancouver City Savings Credit Union and others.

Professor Fry’s main research interests are in supply chain analytics and public policy operations. In particular, Dr. Fry applies quantitative methods to improving supply chain operations such as logistics systems and inventory planning. Professor Fry has published more than 25 refereed articles in leading academic journals. He is also the coauthor of multiple textbooks including Essentials of Business Analytics and Quantitative Methods for Business.

Location:  Cincinnati Insurance Company, 6200 S. Gilmore Rd, Fairfield OH

Directions:  North 75 to West 275 to Fairfield/Forest Park exit 39, pass Cincinnati Mall, Cincinnati Insurance Company is on same side as mall.

11:15 -11:30 Registration

11:30 – Noon Lunch

Noon – Presentation

Register via:  MEET-UP   https://www.meetup.com/Cincinnati-NKY-Dayton-Records-Information-Governance-Group/events/235742093/

or via email to Denise Witzgall denise_witzgall@cinfin.com by Friday April 7th

Members: $15, Non-Members: $20, Students: $10  – first time guests are FREE

Note:  If you register and need to cancel, please do so by Monday, April 10.  If you do not cancel by that date, you are responsible for the meeting fee to cover the lunch order.

The board will meet immediately following the presentation and all members are welcome

March 14, 2017 Meeting Notice

SharePoint©:  It takes a village

It’s estimated that Microsoft© is adding 20,000 SharePoint users every day.   80% of Fortune 500 companies use it, and of all companies using it, 83% depend on it as their Document Management system.   But HOW, are they leveraging it? How are organizations implementing it in a way that facilitates good Records Management and how are they overcoming some of the obstacles?     Our round-table discussion will hit the hot points of each attendee and then have the group discuss how they are addressing those issues in their organization.  This is networking at its finest to solve actual SharePoint problems that each of us is facing in the workplace.

Location:  Cincinnati Insurance Company, 6200 S. Gilmore Rd, Fairfield OH

Directions:  North 75 to West 275 to Fairfield/Forest Park exit 39, pass Cincinnati Mall, Cincinnati Insurance Company is on same side as mall.

11:15 -11:30 Registration

11:30 – Noon Lunch

Noon – Presentation

Register via:  MEET-UP   https://www.meetup.com/Cincinnati-NKY-Dayton-Records-Information-Governance-Group/events/235742070/

or via e-mail to Denise Witzgall denise_witzgall@cinfin.com by Friday Feb 10th

Members: $15, Non-Members: $20, Students: $10 – first time guests are FREE

Note:  If you register and need to cancel, please do so by Monday, Mar 13th.  If you do not cancel by that date, you are responsible for the meeting fee to cover the lunch order.

The board will meet immediately following the presentation and all members are welcome to attend.

February 14, 2017 Meeting Notice

Implementing Effective Records Management Audits

Implementing a records management program is only half the equation; measuring its success is the other half. In this session, you will discover successful strategies for designing program controls and audit processes for your records management program. You will learn to develop a program audit framework, including how to determine the right metrics to measure, vehicles for collecting relevant data, data sampling techniques, how to identify whom to audit, managing the data collection process, and interpreting the results.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this session, you will be able to:

  1. Apply the top five audit strategies for records program
  2. Implement audit processes that bring results
  3. Determine the right measurements and controls for your program
  4. Interpret your audit results for continuing improvement
 About the Presenter:  Christina Torres, CIPP, CRM, PMP, Director of Corporate Records for Microsoft Corporation, has more than 10 years’ experience in document and records management technology integration, policy implementation, e-discovery, and project management. Her mission is to bring records management to the next generation of integrated, compliance-enabling processes and technologies that are transparent to end-users and meet corporate legal requirements. Prior to her position at Microsoft, she held the position of Director of Records & Information Management at USAA in San Antonio, Texas.

 

Location:  Cincinnati Insurance Company, 6200 S. Gilmore Rd, Fairfield OH

Directions:  North 75 to West 275 to Fairfield/Forest Park exit 39, pass Cincinnati Mall, Cincinnati Insurance Company is on same side as mall.

11:15 -11:30 Registration

11:30 – Noon Lunch

Noon – Presentation

Register via email to Denise Witzgall denise_witzgall@cinfin.com by Friday Feb 10th

Members: $15,   Non-Members: $20, Students: $10  – first time guests are FREE

Note:  If you register and need to cancel, please do so by Monday, Feb 13th.  If you do not cancel by that date, you are responsible for the meeting fee to cover the lunch order.

The board will meet immediately following the presentation and all members are welcome to attend.

January 10, 2017 Meeting Notice

Can Electronic Records Really Be Managed?

The enormous gap between information governance (IG) policies and broad compliance with them, prompts a legitimate concern about whether electronic records can really be managed at all. In this presentation, the following questions are answered and, in the process, insights and solutions are shared for narrowing that compliance gap:

  1. Are we asking too much of the business?
  2. Is auto-classification ready for prime-time?
  3. Why is it so hard to work with IT?
  4. Must senior management be involved?
  5. Can I really make this happen?

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this web seminar, participants will be able to:

  1. Define a practical “ask” of the business that encourages user compliance with IG policies
  2. Analyze requirements for automatic collection and classification of records and related information
  3. Describe how to improve broad compliance with IG policies by leveraging IT knowledge and resources
  4. Summarize how to avoid project disruption by gaining senior management approval

About the Presenter:  Jim Coulson, CRM, FAI is a former Managing Director, Huron Consulting Group. Jim has been involved in records management for over thirty years, including fifteen years as a senior executive. Jim has worked with more than two hundred organizations to improve their records and information management programs. Coulson is in the ARMA International Company of Fellows. The Institute of Certified Records Managers has recognized Coulson’s impact on the profession with the highest award in the field of RIM, the Emmett Leahy Award.

Location:  Cincinnati Insurance Company, 6200 S. Gilmore Rd, Fairfield OH

Directions:  North 75 to West 275 to Fairfield/Forest Park exit 39, pass Cincinnati Mall, Cincinnati Insurance Company is on same side as mall.

11:15 -11:30 Registration

11:30 – Noon Lunch

Noon – Presentation

Register via email to Denise Witzgall denise_witzgall@cinfin.com by Friday Jan 6th

Members: $15, Non-Members: $20, Students: $10  – first time guests are FREE

December 13, 2016 Meeting The 21st Century Retention Schedule

This session presented by John Montana, JD, FAI, will examine today’s information environment and what you need to do to create a responsive retention schedule.  You’ll learn about key differences between a traditional retention schedule and one responsive to new realities, new issues such as privacy and data loss prevention and new risk management calculus that must be taken into account.

Location: Cincinnati Insurance Company, 6200 S. Gilmore Rd., Fairfield, OH

Registration:  11:15
Lunch: 11:30
Presentation: Noon-1:30

$15 Members
$20 Non-Members
$10 Students
Register via email to denise_witzgall@cinfin.com by Friday, 12/9

 

November 8, 2016 A Walk in the Cloud: Security Considerations for Cloud Computing

Organizations are moving to the cloud, some faster than others. This presentation will take a look at how organizations are moving to the Cloud and discuss the benefits and risks of using Cloud-based systems. The speaker will bring first-hand experience of working with Google Apps for Work (now, “G Suite”) as well as other applications and business processes that were moved to platforms in the cloud. Cloud computing introduces risks into the organization, but most can be managed or mitigated.

An article on Cloud Computing, “Another Walk in the Cloud” was published in ARMA’s Information Management Magazine’s September / October, 2016 issue.

Speaker’s Bio:


Patrick J Cunningham, CISM, FAI

Patrick J. Cunningham, CISM, FAI has over 30 years of experience combining records management, information governance, and information security. Pat recently left Motorola Solutions, Inc. after nine years as Senior Director, Information Governance, Risk and Compliance. He has prior experience with employers in the non-profit, government, consulting and financial services sectors. Pat holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Quincy University in Quincy, IL and a Master of Arts degree in Public History from Loyola University of Chicago. Pat became a Certified Information Security Manager in 2016. He received designation as a Fellow of ARMA International in 2009. A member of ARMA International for nearly 30 years, Pat has held ARMA leadership roles at the local and International levels and is a regular chapter and Conference speaker.

$15 members
$20 nonmembers
$10 students

Location:  Cincinnati Insurance Company, 6200 S. Gilmore Rd, Fairfield OH

Directions:  North 75 to West 275 to Fairfield/Forest Park exit 39, pass Cincinnati Mall, Cincinnati Insurance Company is on same side as mall.

11:15 -11:30 Registration

11:30 – Noon Lunch

Noon – Presentation

Register via email to Denise Witzgall denise_witzgall@cinfin.com by Friday, Nov 4th.

Note:  If you register and need to cancel, please do so by Monday, Nov 7thth.  If you do not cancel by that date, you are responsible for the meeting fee to cover the lunch order.

The board will meet immediately following the presentation and all members are welcome to attend.

October 11, 2016 Greater Cincinnati Chapter Meeting

Microsoft Office 365

If your organization is using or exploring the use of Microsoft Office 365, please join us to discuss Cloud/Hosted Email and about 3 specific features Microsoft Office 365 has to offer in the Security and Compliance space.

  1. Manage data using Retention and Online Archiving
  2. Search and investigate using Content Search and Audit Log Search
  3. How to Configure eDiscovery searches

Speaker

Joe Kuth is a retired IT Director for a local Non-Profit organization.  Joe is an owner of  a computer consulting company since 1994 TecRef. Joe is a certified Microsoft Cloud Partner with experience managing and deploying Office 365 from small to large organizations.

 

Location:  SD1 is hosting our October Meeting at 1045 Eaton Drive, Ft. Wright, KY 41017.

Directions:

I-75 South to 275 East, take Exit 80 (Independence/Covington).  Left off exit onto KY 17 (Madison Pike).  At the second stop light, turn right on Eaton Drive.

I-71 South to 471, follow 471 to 275 West.  Take exit 80 (Independence/Covington), left off exit onto KY 17 (Madison Pike).  At first stop light, turn right on Eaton Drive.

Taking 275 east or west, exit 80, following same as directions above.

 

Follow Eaton Drive to main entrance to parking lot.  Guests can park anywhere except customer parking.  Enter main entrance, go across main lobby to Board Room (directly ahead when entering).  There will be a group sign-in sheet at the front counter to account for all visitors.

 

$15 members
$20 nonmembers
$10 students

Registration 11:15 -11:30

Lunch 11:30 – Noon

Presentation – Noon

Register via email to Denise Witzgall denise_witzgall@cinfin.com by Friday October 7th.

Note:  If you register and need to cancel, please do so by Monday, October 10th.  If you do not cancel by that date, you are responsible for the meeting fee to cover the lunch order.

The board will meet immediately following the presentation and all members are welcome to attend.

May 10, 2016 Meeting Notice

Records Management in the News

Think poor record keeping practices can only result in court sanctions and fines? Think again. Using recent stories of actual companies in the news, Certified Record Manager Martin Susuc will highlight the real life consequences of poor records management. Stories will range from the withholding of millions of dollars in tax refunds to wrongful & unintended births. Mr. Susec will break down the stories, identify and analyze the records retention issues and standards at play and highlight where the companies went wrong.
Speaker’s Bio: Martin Susec, CRM, works within the Discovery Management Unit (DMU) of the Litigation Practice Group (LPG) of Nationwide where he advises and supports fellow attorneys and business units, including the Records & Information Management Unit (RIM), on the proper management of information within the enterprise.  In that capacity, he handles a variety of electronic discovery and information management matters and proactively assists in reducing corporate litigation costs and risks.  Martin researches and consults on new and proposed laws, standards, or regulatory trends within the field of information management and also identifies risks presented by proposed actions of the business.  Upon request, Martin also advises, drafts, and negotiates agreements between Nationwide and its vendors regarding information management.

Mr. Susec graduated from The Ohio State University College of Business with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and International Business, and the University of  Akron School of Law and College of Business (MBA) . After law school, Martin worked for ten years at the Ohio Attorney General’s Office where he specialized in public records law.

$15 members, $20 nonmembers, $10 students

Location:  Cincinnati Insurance Company, 6200 S. Gilmore Rd, Fairfield OH Directions:  North 75 to West 275 to Fairfield/Forest Park exit 39, pass Cincinnati Mall, Cincinnati Insurance Company is on same side as mall.

11:15 -11:30 Registration

11:30 – Noon Lunch

Noon – Presentation

Register via email to Denise Witzgall denise_witzgall@cinfin.com by Friday May 6th.

Note:  If you register and need to cancel, please do so by Monday, May 9th.  If you do not cancel by that date, you are responsible for the meeting fee to cover the lunch order.

The board will meet immediately following the presentation and all members are welcome to attend.