CGOC is a forum of over 3,800 legal, IT, records and information management professionals from corporations and government agencies. For over a decade, CGOC has been a thought leader advancing governance best practices across the industry.
The CGOC Information Governance Process Maturity Model provides a maturity model for the 22 specific processes for key information stakeholders, including legal, records information management (RIM), privacy and security, lines of business and IT. Learn how to build a robust information governance/unified governance program, including methods for calculating the cost savings associated with eliminating unnecessary information. Become a member to download the new easy print version of its Information Governance Process Maturity Model (IGPMM).
The past decade has produced an unprecedented accumulation of data. Organizations in general and business models in particular increasingly rely on data. Maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of this data, as well as meeting the requirements of a growing list of related compliance obligations, are top concerns for organizations and enterprises alike. Even though CGOC Regional…
According to Top Corporate Data Protection Challenges, a survey of 132 compliance officers from organizations around the world and across multiple industries, only 6 percent of respondents feel their organizations are currently compliant with the upcoming regulation.
Download this resource guide to discover how a Unified Governance program can create the foundation for successful GDPR compliance, while enabling improved business insight, increased productivity, and reduced cost and risk. Start your compliance journey today.
Making the business case for an ongoing and unified data management and information governance program Data management teams must recognize they can’t ensure accurate, secure data without proper governance. On the other side, information governance teams must accept their mission has dramatically expanded from simply proving regulatory compliance to helping businesses achieve a single version of the truth, expose and extract value from information assets, and reduce a variety of risks.
Meet our Faculty and Speakers:
Jake Frazier, Senior Managing Director – FTI Consulting
Clare Sadler, Managing Director– Information Squared
Caroline Sweeney, Global Director, E-Discovery & Client Technology – Dorsey
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Cooperating with Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Before and After a Cyberattack Can Help Companies Minimize Harm and Legal Exposure
By Edward J. McAndrew
Many companies that suffer a malicious cyber incident such as a breach hesitate to involve federal law enforcement, fearing an overbearing investigative process, loss of control over the incident response, additional pain or injury caused by law enforcement activities, and public court proceedings. Too often, they instead take minimal steps to such outreach – usually with an eye toward regulatory compliance, rather than helping to pursue cybercriminals and pursuing long-term information security. They then hunker down and hope they don’t experience another attack.
This Q&A with Jake Frazier, CGOC Faculty Member and senior managing director at FTI Consulting on how machine learning is shaping the enterprise. For this article, I asked Jake about the new and complex challenges around the adoption of machine learning technologies in enterprises. Machine learning offers business users an unprecedented opportunity to take advantage of the massive amount of data they are collecting. However, machine learning is also increasingly important to legal and compliance teams.
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