Monthly Meetings

Northeast Ohio ARMA Monthly Educational Session

Tuesday, May 14, 12 – 3 pm

Topic: Record collection and the IoT (Internet of Things): Information management and privacy in George Orwell’s big brother society.

The Internet of things (IoT) is the extension of Internet connectivity into physical devices and everyday objects. Embedded with electronics, Internet connectivity, and other forms of hardware (such as sensors), these devices can communicate and interact with others over the Internet, and they can be remotely monitored and controlled (Wikipedia.) So, how does this evolving paradigm affect my records management program? The consensus, among industry experts is greatly and most of us haven’t even figured out email, social media and ephemeral messages as records. Today’s presentation will explore the potential impact of IoT generated content on records management programs, security, privacy and its effect on evidentiary procedures as organizations modernize and adopt IoT interconnectivity strategies.

We will obtain a greater:

·        Familiarity with the emerging IoT content sources as potential record content

·        Understanding of the impact of cybersecurity modernization and the effects on your current RM solutions

·        Awareness of data collection privacy and the record manager’s expanding custodial responsibility

·        Ability for differentiating between unauthorized wire tapping and IoT data capture (are they equivalent?)

Mitch Farbstein has been Vice President of Sales for Feith Systems for over 23 years, helping establish Feith’s Enterprise BPM and Records Management footprint.

After beginning his technology career in data processing in 1978 and focusing on ECM starting in 1986, Mitch joined Feith in 1993 where his strong technical background and knowledge of diverse computing platforms and business experience provided a strong foundation for architecting Enterprise and Records Management Solutions.

Mitch holds BS and MS degrees in education/biology from Bucknell University, where he earned multiple votes for the 1971 Heisman Trophy, and was inducted into the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991.

Mitch established Records Management University for Feith in 2014.  This unique on-line series of more than 50 original classes has provided over 5,000 registered records managers and technicians practical and insightful information on records management as an integral component of the information lifecycle.  The classes are free and attendees can earn continuing education credits from the ICRM, IGP and AIIM.

You may have seen Mitch at:

ARMA National Conference 2018 Information LifeCycle Physiology

Potomac Forum Conference DC 2018 The future of records management

ARMA New Mexico 2018 Protecting your organization’s record assets

ARMA Northern Virginia Chapter Meeting 2018 Records Security: Trolls vs. Bandits

MER 2018 Webinar JITC 5015.02 certification and benefits

Lunch: MEXICANA – Served with 8” Flour Tortillas, House-made Corn Tortilla Chips, Cilantro Rice, Black Beans, Lettuce, Shredded Cheese, Pico de Gallo and Sour Cream, Fajita Marinated Chicken, Seasoned Beef, Tomato Salsa (mild), Guacamole, Cookies and Brownies

Special Instructions & Parking:

When you arrive, go straight at the 1st stop and the building on your left is the Visitor Center. Park, enter the Visitor Center and we will greet you and sign you in.

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