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Researcher calls on CEO’s to have more Women in Cybersecurity Roles

Dr. Jan Buitron covers women in cyber roles and the ERA below. Article via LinkedIn

State of E-Discovery Report Available via Exterro and ACEDS

Worried That the CCPAWill Increase Your E-Discovery Costs? Over the last year, we saw an American economy peak...

Valley View mayor jailed for fourth time – charged with forging government records via...

Mayor was charged for forging oil and gas lease documents and is accused of forging signatures “on an agreed judgment and/or confidential...

Hackers Leaked 269 GB of U.S. Police and Fusion Centers Data Online via The...

A very interesting article...some of the agencies impacted according to the article: Alabama Fusion Center Austin...

7 Considerations for a Smooth Video Conference

by Andrew Ysasi, MS June 24, 2020 Many of us have transitioned to working from home...

What Are the Requirements for CCPA Training? via TeachPrivacy

Check out this great overview about CCPA training from Professor Solove.

How has the coronavirus situation altered the way of work? via Digital Journal

Check out the article with ARMA member Dr. Galina Datskovsky

“Pin Down” Your Trade Secrets So the Court Can “Do Its Job” A Case...

Although four categories of trade secrets had been identified—(1) virality capabilities (2) user interface/experience (“UI/UX”) (3) venue focus and (4) integration of third-party apps—the plaintiff had not identified any trade secrets with “sufficient specificity.”

Agencies Concerned About Digitization Project Resources, NARA Official Says via MeriTalk

In June 2018, the Trump Administration released “Delivering Government Solutions in the 21st Century: Reform Plan and Reorganization Recommendations,” which proposed that NARA no longer accept paper records after December 31, 2022.

Celebrating Archives – the Teachers, Witnesses and Resistance of Our Time via The Wire

Interesting read about archives post WWII through today in response to International Archives Week

ARMA InfoCon 2020 will be a virtual event

Check out their announcement here.

5 considerations when decommissioning legacy applications via OpenText

Check out their blog post here.

San Jose State Blockchain DLT: Records, Rewards and Risks Presentation now available on YouTube

Blockchain is a decentralized, immutable, and cryptographically secure distributed ledger technology (DLT), broadly used to eliminate the need for trust in data...

Former Texas bank president admits to setting records ablaze to hide fake loans she...

Anita Gail Moody pleaded guilty to stealing about $11 million from the bank she ran in Cooper by writing more than 100 bogus loans and then trying to cover-up the crime

Infographic: Security Certification Progression Chart 2020 via Paul Jerimy Cyber Security Resources

A great infographic of 324 certifications for those who are considering a cyber security certification.

Remote Working and Mobile Device Security and Privacy Resources via Privacy & Security Brainiacs

Policies and Procedures, Tools and Tips, can all be found here regarding Work From Home (WFH).

Free Webinar: Out of the Box Live – The e-Discovery Fishing Trip is...

This week’s guest is Ron Hedges, former U.S. Federal Magistrate Judge. As US Federal Magistrate Judge, he made a...

State of Cybersecurity 2020, Part 2 Report Available and Free to ISACA Members

Check out the report here...login required.

ARMA Models a Virtual National Conference for 2020

In a message to members this week, ARMA confirmed the Board of Directors is considering a virtual conference for 2020. They...

Finding the Right Tool to Unlock the Power of Data via Knowledge@Wharton

Check out the archived and still informative article here.

The Librarians of the Future Will Be AI Archivists via Popular Mechanics

An intriguing article on how the Library of Congress is using AI and OCR.