On May 3, 2011, I will be in New York City. The day is a first for me—two keynote addresses at two different events, with two very different audiences.
First, I will be opening the day reprising for IANS at their New York Users Forum my keynote presentation on Governing Security: Charting a Path Forward. I gave this address at their Washington, DC event and am thrilled to be invited to deliver again the gospel of rules-based design for governing security.
Then, later in the day, I will be speaking to the LRN Knowledge Forum, a by-invitation only event for their corporate partners. I serve as a subject-matter expert for LRN’s Ethics and Compliance Alliance and will be speaking on Building Trust in a Digital World . This is how they are describing my presentation:
“Trusted information is the essential fuel on which any decision relies. We are learning at great expense, however, that we cannot presume digital information to be trustworthy. Indeed, our human and corporate standards for whether we can trust digital information continue to become more demanding. This session explores how trust must be built for digital information, and how that trust can be governed differently across an enterprise and beyond.”
If you will be attending either of these events, do send me a note or come up and say hello. As always, I welcome the chance to enrich your association or group meeting with my thoughts on how we will achieve trust in our digital information.