The impact of the pandemic on how we control records, with Kate Fuelling, author of Digital By Design.
The disruption of records compliance, with Anne Cornish, General Manager of RIMPA.
Whole of government options for responding to records management disruption, with Kylie Good of Queensland State Archives.
Trends in regulatory technology using AI, with Deborah Young, founding CEO of the RegTech Association.
Growing our knowledge economy as we emerge from the pandemic, with Andrew Barr, Chief Minister, ACT Government.
Key information governance considerations for startups, with Petr Adamek, CEO of CBRIN.
Protecting high risk health information in a pandemic situation, with Alisdair Gordon, CEO of Shearwater and government advisor.
How crime fighting is being impacted by information decentralisation, with Brett Lovegrove, ex head of Counter Terrorism for the City of London and CEO of CSARN.
Strategic approaches to information during crisis communications, with Danielle Morland, strategic communications expert.
The challenges for large, decentralised organisations in finding and understanding their data, with Louise West, Head of Customer Success at ADARGA.
Digital culture in the judiciary in the age of disruption, with Dr Jone Lukose Ongalo, Information Management Officer at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Moving toward carbon neutrality in the energy sector by leveraging pandemic disruption, with Dr Elizabeth Ratnam, Future Engineering Research leader, ANU.
Government challenges in maintaining audit control and record integrity when moving to Microsoft, with Colin Gniel, Federal Director at Microsoft.
Challenges for the banking sector post the Royal Commission and during the pandemic, with banking remediation specialist Peter Bertacco.
The ethical implications of AI and evidentiary data available to organisations, with ANU: Prof. Lexing Xie, Media Lab Lead & Prof. Seth Lazar, Humanising Machine Intelligence Lead.