Frans BoeijenManaing Partner
Ivalidate - IT
The way we collect data continues to evolve and is accompanied by the introduction of new technologies. The requirements we set for data
remain the same: to have confidence in the quality and integrity of the data, so that the underlying activities can be reconstructed. Can you rely on the quality and integrity of your (electronic) data? And how do you show that during an inspection? Organisations are not expected to use forensic techniques during routine checks. But it is expected that (automated) systems and processes are designed, documented and executed on a risk basis, so that an acceptable level of data integrity is achieved.
Attend This Workshop To:
• Explore your Data Life Cycle by Data Process Mapping
• Match the System Life Cycle
• Mitigate risks in the Data Life Cycle