Friday, July 3, 2020
Access this incredibly informative infographic on how the IAPP is tracking major topics related to COVID-19 and privacy.
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April 30, 2020 Cyber-criminals may take advantage of the current COVID-19 global pandemic for their own financial gain or other malicious motives.  However, resources are available to raise awareness of COVID-19 related cyber threats...
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The dark side of the Internet, also known as the “dark web," is an unregulated part of the Internet. In this way, the dark web can open doors to illegal activity. From credential theft to credit card...
Thank you for recently attending the Government Technology Webinar entitled "Cybersecurity in an Uncertain World: New Ways to Confront New Ransomware Threats". If you'd like to view the recorded session or pass the link...
Our next session is coming up on May 14th from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Mountain Time. Here is the link to register.
By Donald S. Skupsky, JD, CRM, FAI, MIT, President Information Requirements Clearinghouse May 7, 2020 More and more corporate clients have expressed interest in developing a global records...
In an uncertain global market like that which we are experiencing as a result of fallout from the Coronavirus and recent OPEC impasse, inexperienced or unnerved business and IT leaders tend to hunker down, tighten the belt, jettison the ballast, or worse, just stay the course. More experienced and steely leaders, on the other hand, take to heart the saying: “Don’t Waste a Crisis.” But how does one understand a crisis, and anticipate and take advantage of its ramifications? One word: Data. True, most crises are unique and remain unpredictable in many ways. They are times of great uncertainty. Certainty, or at least predictable activity, can be gleaned from the deterministic chain of responses, and capitalized upon. So while it may make sense to push the pause button on particular capital expenditures, investing in data and analytics in many cases should be accelerated not abated. Don’t miss this timely webinar in which Gies Adjunct Professor and Principal Data and Analytics Strategist with Caserta, Doug Laney, will share guidance and examples for business and IT leaders on how to leverage your (and other’s) data assets to buffet against, and even thrive, in challenging economic times.
The HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) hosted a webinar on April 24, 2020, for health IT stakeholders on HIPAA privacy and security issues related to COVID-19 and recent OCR actions related to the pandemic.
Less than a week to go and #MERv registrations are pouring in. We have UNLIMITED "SEATING" so join us! Just $695 with promo code MERv. www.merconference.com
In the latest book from well known RIM and IG writer, speaker, and author, Randolph Kahn, he hits home what executives need to know about the information universe. The book also benefits, lawyers, students, IG professionals,...
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CompTIA announced last week they have a testing at home offering with a discount. "In a time when building IT skills seems vital, CompTIA has you covered. With digital learning tools that you can...
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April 22, 2020 Dr. Pat Franks is a well-known teacher and author throughout the Record and Information Management (RIM) profession.  Her countless articles and publications have helped many of us run and manage our...
There’s little documentation explaining how these systems were built decades ago, so government agencies and companies often relied on programmers remembering how it was done -- COBOL “folklore"
Professor Daneil Solove interviews Kimberly Horn about Cyber Insurance and Ransomeware here.
Dear ARMA Members and Friends, Please join us for our lunch webinar tomorrow, April 14 at 12 noon tilted “Cybersecurity and IG” presented by Andrew Ysasi.  This is a FREE event brought to you by your ARMA...
A good article one could share with colleagues on the pitfalls of email and how to better organize email.