NAID-ANZ Sydney Event Focuses on Two Industry-Changing Developments
With the Early Registration Discount expiring next week, data destruction service providers are reminded that the upcoming NAID-ANZ Conference in Sydney will focus on two industry-changing developments that represent big opportunities for those ready to capitalize.
First of all, the event comes shortly after the new data breach notification law goes into effect in Australia. The conference will provide strategy and tools that will allow attendees to grow their business (and protect the business they have). The speakers and panelists that have been lined up represent the best thought leaders on the subject. They include policy makers, decision makers and practitioners who will provide one-of-a-kind insights.
Second, the event comes just as SCEC T4 accreditation transitions to NAID AAA Certification (and the PSPF Endorsement). Any firm currently holding T4 accreditation will soon need to transition. It is also a great opportunity for those without T4 to use NAID AAA Certification to compete for valuable government contracts. NAID CEO Bob Johnson and NAID-ANZ Chair Paul Hurst will provide insights into how to achieve the endorsement, how it will evolve and how market pressures are likely to make the PSPF Endorsement a requisite for private contacts as well. Attendees of the conference will put themselves in a position to ride that wave to greater profitably.
Taken in sum, these two developments make it in every service provider’s best interest to attend.
Register today for the NAID-ANZ Conference to be held March 22 in at the Rydges Hotel Central.
February 13, 2018