Friday, April 10, 2020
Description from registration site: Are organizations making sufficient progress in developing information governance (IG) programs? How can you determine if your program is ahead of the IG curve or is striving to catch up?
A. Vital Interest and massive personal data sharing With the scary spread of COVID-19, data protection is not typically everyone’s number-one concern, and rightly so. However, this is a good opportunity to discuss the...
Cisco’s new annual forecast predicts that 71% of global population will be mobile subscribers by 2023
Misconfigured servers accounted for 86% of the record 8.5 billion records compromised in 2019 according to the article.
Tuesday | February 18 | 1:00 PM EDTPRESENTED BY NARAMade possible by Active NavigationSimplifying the ERM Solution Procurement Process: NARA’s Partnership with GSA Finding the right ERM solution for your organization can be challenging. The process...
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Yes, the title is snarky! Recent records found in a landfill in 2020! Check out this story here.
Restoring documents is something that is rarely planned. Check out the 3 questions a document restoration company should be asking here.
“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.”
2020 didn't kick off well for some Google Photo users as yet another breach occurs.
Municipalities in 2020 continue to focus on going digital and removing file cabinets. Check out the article here.
Records and Information Management Leader Further Strengthens Information Governance Solutions, Including Policy Control Software for Retention and Privacy
Check out the press release here.
Impacts of the Cloud on Records Management and ArchivesA book edited by Salvador P. Barragan (San Jose State University) Introduction "The Library of Babel" is a short story conceiving of a universe in the form...
Rejected FOIA requests, drone usage by the SDPD, pension awards, and information from SDSU are all highlighted in this article.
Notice issued on January 28th, 2020 On January 25, 2013, HHS published a final rule entitled “Modifications to the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Enforcement Rules Under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical...
The fine was 5.7 Million USD. TikTok states in the article privacy is important, but it seems like they went the ask for forgiveness versus permission route. Nice to see COPPA be used and...
A piece written by Executive Director of NAID & PRISM, Bob Johnson, shines a light on two people who made a difference in the RIM industry. Check it out here.
A publicly available 75-page PDF that covers the origins of privacy in the US and how privacy has evolved in the US from GLBA, HIPAA, FCRA, FERPA, COPPA, ECPA, CFAA, CFPA and more recently CCPA and the...
Dr. Pat Franks chaired this latest whitepaper on Blockchain's Role and Risks in Systems. Dr. Pat Franks is a professor at San Jose State University and is a well-known expert in RIM and IG.
Check out the resources below to learn more about data privacy.
Andrew discusses with Robert Smallwood about certifications, job development, resumes, and leadership trends IG pros should be aware of. Listen to the podcast here.