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According to a recent global CGOC survey of compliance officers, only 6 percent of respondents felt their organizations were ready to comply with the regulation. The survey also reveals that these organizations face many other data protection and management challenges. This article discusses the findings of the survey. One possible explanation for the lack of progress – as suggested in the survey data – is that many executives are too focused on day-to-day operations to worry about preventing a potential compliance problem down the road.
For years before the passage of the GDPR, we provided advice and resources to help organizations adhere to the European Data Protection Directive. However, the Directive created only a minimum standard and the response has been all over the map. Many countries implemented higher and different standards, leading to confusion, while some organizations have elected to risk incurring fines rather than invest in compliance. The GDPR now harmonizes all of the data protection laws in the EU to protect the personal information of its citizens and residents – and with that will likely come more consistent enforcement and penalties.
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Any business operating across international borders will be involved in controlling, processing and transferring data. With increasing privacy regulations across the globe, legal and security departments must be prepared to understand and comply with the variety of regulations that different countries have implemented (including the fast-approaching GDPR), particularly as the increased transfer of data across borders leads to increased exposure. Leaders of these departments must ensure they create an effective information governance plan and implement security systems to adequately protect their data.
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Cyberattacks aren’t the only significant threats facing enterprises today. Companies often find themselves needing to conduct extensive and costly investigations into employee behavior. Investigators typically face two common challenges. First, finding answers often lies in analyzing mountains of data. Second, the answers must be found quickly. Investigative speed has the potential not only to limit the damage caused by the original transgression, but also to dramatically reduce legal costs and manage corporate risk.
Leaders from legal, IT, RIM, privacy and security met to address the current cyber threat landscape, eDiscovery challenges, unified governance and proportionality at the regional meeting in Minneapolis.
Speakers from Ameriprise Financial, Land O'Lakes, The Mosaic Company, Wells Fargo and the Honorable Tony Leung of the U.S. District of Minnesota. Keynotes by Anthony Ferrante, Former Director for Cyber Incident Response at the White House, National Security Council, and Robert Cattanach, Partner at Dorsey.
Discussion of challenges regarding GDPR, eDiscovery, data privacy, and best practices to implement an Information Governance plan.
Speakers from Barclays, BlackRock, DaVita Inc., Deutsche Bank, FTI Consulting, Gibson Dunn, IBM, JPMorgan Chase and Oppenheimer.
To establish and maintain a comprehensive, organizationwide data privacy program, there are 10 foundational business and technical requirements to consider.
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, reducing the risks to proprietary and private information, and faster and more cost-efficient audits and e-discovery projects.
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