Friday, April 10, 2020
by Davey Winder on April 25th, 2019 via Forbes Sensitive data has been found on 42% of hard drives purchased on eBay and analyzed by Ontrack for a Blancco Technology Group report published today. The storage...
Articles related to this news can be found here: IAPP Denver Post Fortune
“About seven or eight years ago, I came to the conclusion that I couldn’t support it anymore. And I couldn’t support it anymore because I knew that not only had I never seen one record in a production environment enter into a DOD-certified repository, I’ve never even seen any of those applications successfully deployed. So they’re empty.”
From The Hacker News Mistakenly sent a picture to someone via WhatsApp that you shouldn't have? Well, we've all been there, but what's more unfortunate is that the 'Delete for Everyone'...
Recent ransomware and other attacks underscore the value attackers see in the data stored in city and regional government systems. Here's why they are vulnerable and what they can do to reduce the threat.
Version 3.1 of the HHS Security Risk Assessment (SRA) Tool features new functionality
The Hacker News has reported how a contractor used a logic bomb in a spreadsheet and why... Read Story
Misconfigured servers accounted for 86% of the record 8.5 billion records compromised in 2019 according to the article.
For those who are working on projects using the agile methodology, it may be a good idea to review Mr. Tony Adams book Agile Leadership:  A leaders’ guide to Orchestrating Agile Strategy, Product Quality and IT Governance available on...
At the 2019 MER Conference, Sedona's Ken Withers and former federal judge Ron Hedges dove into some of the most interesting—and inexplicable—cases from the past year in e-discovery and electronic records.
This comprehensive report is available to you via the AIEF.
Axios has created a report that shows how bad actors may impersonate CEO's to threaten stock prices, send mixed messages, and possibly divulge intellectual property. Check out the article here.
Cisco’s new annual forecast predicts that 71% of global population will be mobile subscribers by 2023
For those of us in the industry, the concepts of information governance (IG) are not foreign.  We know that IG is dynamic and there are many methodologies and best practices to help us with our programs. Last February, ARMA...
Sponsored by Thu, Oct 31, 2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT Presented by Richard Medina, Principal Consultant, DocuLabs and Ian Robert Moran, VP Business Development, Access Corp. Today enterprises must take a proactive approach to modernize their RIM and information...
The U.S. government claimed that turning American medical charts into electronic records would make health care better, safer, and cheaper. Ten years and $36 billion later, the system is an unholy mess: Inside a digital revolution gone wrong. A joint investigation by Fortune and Kaiser Health News.
Register on the AIIM site to download the report for free.
According to career expert site Zippia, librarians who enter the field don't remain stuck in their initial entry-level positions very long.
A great article that discusses how to share data during a health outbreak.
By Mark Wycislik-Wilson The roll out of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has changed the face of privacy and data protection for millions of people across Europe. The regulation not only grants people access to...
So far, the USA Performance app tracks more than 35,000 federal employees—a number expected to more than double in 2020.
Multiple media outlets are reporting news of British Airways facing a massive fine fora data breach. Below are three sources regarding the breach. NY Times Report - GDPR...
Another unfortunate case of a ransomware attack on a municipality. Read more here and how they may end up paying the ransom.