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The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25, 2018. 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.
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The process maturity model has been updated from its 2012 version to include new processes around data provenance, data privacy and security, and cloud computing. This is your step-by-step guide for determining your organization’s information governance maturity. It establishes a baseline against which future progress will be evaluated.
A Model for Improving Information and eDiscovery Economics with Information Lifecycle Governance
Solution Design Criteria for Level 4 Maturity
The CGOC Information Governance Process Maturity Model provides a maturity model for the 16 specific processes required to lower cost and risk and to institutionalize defensible disposal, value-based archiving and retention, and rigorous e-discovery. The processes reflect the needs of the key information stakeholders, including legal, records information management (RIM), privacy and security, lines of business and IT.
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