Date: 28/04/2015

Live Event: ‘The Business of Big Data’

Every  60 seconds, 1,620 TB of data is created.  But our information management strategies are very often overwhelmed by the sheer volume, velocity and breadth of data.  Storage costs are visible, soft costs such as opportunity and risk costs are less so, but no less real.

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Join us for a short executive breakfast on ‘The Business of Big Data’.

Friday, 5th June 2015
Conrad Hotel, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
7.30am – 10.00am

During the session we will explore the drivers of Big Data, internal data management challenges, external regulatory imperatives as well as solutions for effectively managing enterprise, legacy and dark data.

Who should attend?

  • CIOs, IT Directors and IT Managers
  • Information Governance and Compliance Managers
  • Risk Managers 

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About your speaker

David Kemp works with HP’s Big Data business unit, but is a solicitor of the High Court of England and Wales by profession.

He has spent much of his professional career in the financial services industry, working in the area of information governance and compliance.  He has held senior roles with organisations such as Aon Global Insurances and ABN AMRO/RBS.

In 2001, he became the Legal & Compliance Business Manager at ABN AMRO / RBS.  During his tenure, he created a number of influential cross-industry market groups for setting self-help regulatory bench-marks in areas such as Fraud, Anti-Money Laundering, Legal Intelligence, Records Management and other areas of Investment Banking.


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