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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.
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.
To establish and maintain a comprehensive, organizationwide data privacy program, there are 10 foundational business and technical requirements to consider.
Employing EDRM’s Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM) in conjunction with the CGOC’s Information Governance Maturity Model (IGMM), organizations can define their information governance strategy.
The purpose of this white paper is to provide corporations, analyst firms, industry associations, and other parties with a stronger understanding of how the IGRM framework facilitates better cooperation among stakeholders, drives cross-functional processes, and aligns information governance goals across the organization.
CGOC, in concert with EDRM and the Information Governance Reference Model project, decided to assess the gap and how companies are addressing it in a first-of-its-kind survey of legal, records and IT stakeholders from financial services, energy, life sciences, insurance, consumer goods, chemical and other industries.
How the Modern, Executable Retention Schedule Can Open a Channel for Routine Disposal to Stem the Rising Tide of Information
Social and mobile media are rapidly converging, and their pairing is an important trend for those concerned with electronic discovery.
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