Washington, D.C., partner and chief data scientist Bennett Borden spoke at the Records and Information Management Conference hosted by the Utah Division of Archives and Records Service in Salt Lake City.

In a session titled “Successful Strategies for Managing Ungoverned Data: Lessons Learned from the Remediation Trenches,” Bennett presented on information governance strategies that organizations can adopt to increase the value of their information while also reducing the associated risk, such as the creation of data remediation programs and the modernization of records schedules.

See Bennett’s slides and presentation.