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The Northern Virginia chapter of ARMA is offering FREE registration for 
tonight's chapter meeting for up to five government employees or ARMA NOVA 
members who have been furloughed or are on unpaid leave due to the 
government furlough. 

If you qualify and are interested, please follow our registration link 
(http://www.arma-nova.org/Chapter%20Programs/October%202013%
20Program.html) and when asked for payment, choose "Invoice" and 
enter "Furlough" in the field for the check number.  The first five people to 
respond will receive free registration. 

Of course, those who want to pay to attend tonight's meeting are also 
welcome to join us.  

Here is information on tonight's meeting: 

Please join ARMA NOVA for our October chapter meeting.  Our program theme 
for this Chapter Season is “eRecords and Information Governance, leaving the 
paper paradigm behind.”  Our speaker for October’s meeting is Christina 
Ayiotis, who will discuss Global Information Governance:  Security and Privacy 
in a New Era.   

The risk of liability for a data breach remains high.  Potential liability lurks 
nearly everywhere, from information governance to employee training to the 
rollout of new information systems.  More than ever, avoiding mistakes and 
pitfalls is an integral part of business and having foolproof technical security is 
no longer enough.  There is a crucial need for a dialogue on the reasonable 
limits of civil, criminal, and national security liability, as well as the need to 
keep abreast of changes in government oversight, cyber security 
developments, and data governance best practices. 

Join us October 2nd for a discussion regarding the necessary collaboration 
within organizations to mitigate information risk and better exploit information 
assets (whether delivering government services or maximizing corporate 
profits). 

About our Speaker: 

Christina Ayiotis has taught “Information Policy” as Adjunct Faculty at The 
George Washington University since January 2008, focusing on cyber, privacy, 
big data, social media, security, RIM, and e-discovery.  She is an attorney and 
business executive with diverse legal and business experience at 
multinationals.  During her present search for another Deputy General Counsel 
position, she volunteers, inter alia, as Co-Chair of The Sedona Conference on 
Cyber Liability; Co-Chair of the Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute; a 
member of AFCEA’s Cyber Committee Co-Chairing its Future of Internet 
Governance Subcommittee; as a Board Director for the Women’s Alliance for 
Financial Education; as a Board Director for the Metro Washington Chapter of 
Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation; and as a member of 
WIT’s Leadership Foundry (dedicated to increasing women’s service on 
corporate boards).  Her memberships include:  Virginia State Bar, DC Bar, ABA, 
WBA, IAPP, FBA, AFCEA, WMACCA, HAWC, MWC ARCS, ICRM and ARMA.  She 
has served on the Boards of the Fairfax Law Foundation, the Hellenic American 
Women’s Council, ARMA NOVA and the Women’s Bar Association of DC.  She 
speaks internationally on information governance issues.  She loves to cook 
and entertain.  She is the extremely proud mother of a 16-year-old Baby 
Trojan. 

Logistics: 

DATE:  Wednesday, October 2, 2013 

TIME:  
6:00 PM  Registration 
6:30 PM  Dinner 
7:30 PM  Program 

PLACE:             
Clyde's of Tysons Corner 8332 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA (703) 734-1901 
PARKING:  Free at the restaurant 
METRO:  Dunn Loring-Merrifield station plus a ten to fifteen minute cab ride 
COST:  $25.00 Member or Government Employee, $30.00 Non-Member 

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