Privacy, Access, Use & Dissemination Of Information

How do you make sure internal threats aren't living in your office? How can you share your sensitive data and information to the intended recipients outside your firewalls safely and securely - and in a compliant manner?

Follow along with this webinar replay and take a close look at some best practices for data privacy compliance

Learn about the risks and challenges of typical imaging and 4 ways you can make sure your captured information is protected.

 
Follow along as AIIM's chief analyst participates in an interactive discussion with a leading executive on what it takes to manage and protect information in Canada. Learn and how to take advantage of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) when paired with information governance best practices.

Privacy of Records

Act | Canada's Privacy Act [PDF]

Act | Canada's Copyright Act

Article | Getting Accountability Right with a Privacy Management Program by The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada of Alberta

Bulletin | Records Management: Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act by NWT RM Bulletin

Web | Documents on Access and Privacy of Records by Service Alberta

Sample | Privacy Management and Accountability Policy by British Colombia Goverment


Access, Use & Dissemination of Records

Act | Access to Information & Protection of Privacy Act

Web | What's ATIPP? by Yukon Government

Guide | Records Management Guidebook by Yukon College

Bulletin | Records Management: Retrieving Records from the Records Centre by NWT RM Bulletin

Newsletter | Records Management Tip: Access Restrictions by PWS Corporate Information Management

Sample | Procedures for Applying to Use the Multimedia/Vital Records Storage Room by Government of NorthWest Territories 

Sample | Access to Information Statement by University of Guelph

Sample | FOIP Access Guidelines and Practices by Service Alberta

Sample | Access to Information Form by Service Alberta

 

A look inside the digitization labs at the National Archives, where a dedicated team of technicians uses state-of-the-art technology to preserve the Archives' remarkable holdings. Once digitized, the records are available to the public online. Motion pictures, still photographs, paper documents, audio-video recordings are some of the records shown being digitized in the labs of the National Archives in this video.
Access to Archives (& Other Records) in the Digital Age was a presentation by Chris Hurley at the 2016 Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) Conference. Session 2: Access and Archives. Recorded 19 October 016. The "Forging Links: people, systems, archives" Conference was held at the Parkroyal Parramatta, Sydney, NSW 17 - 21 October, 2016.
In recognition of Sunshine Week, learn how we can help you request and access the restricted and non-restricted Federal records held at the National Archives - many without a Freedom of Information Act request. A panel of staff experts will discuss and answer questions about their work in making records available from the Executive, Legislative, and Presidential records held at the National Archives.