December 17, 2019 - Two employees complained and won a lawsuit over records were being destroyed in violation of federal and California law. "Their complaints to superiors were met with retaliation and records were destroyed" according...
The NAGARA Internship Program provides a $1,500 stipend to each of two students enrolled in archival and/or records management graduate programs. The internships will occur during the Summer of 2020 at one of two locations:
Big data is the backbone of modern business, but before it can be used, it has to be properly managed. Here's an overview of the ins and outs of data management.
The destruction of financial documents during the 2018 audit has garnered a strong reaction from the governor and a state delegate. Now, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski says taxpayers deserve an explanation.
China stands alone in the world in the way it engages in broad-based, pervasive industrial espionage through the use of human sources, cyber-intrusion, and outright theft across a countless number of industries.
Professor Solove provides his 2019 highlights from his blog here.
Daniel Kaye, also known as Spdrman, found regular jobs tough but corporate espionage easy. He’s about to get out of prison. By Kit Chellel via Bloomberg
The Data Protection Report provides thought leadership on emerging privacy, data protection and cybersecurity issues, and helps its readers proactively address risks and anticipate next steps in this crucial emerging field.
Security, blockchain, legacy media (tape), leadership, frameworks, and misuse of information continue to be popular topics on IG GURU. Below are the top posts from 2019. 14 ways to create a secure password
Below are the top articles from IG World Magazine in 2019 The announcement of the Information Governance 2nd. Edition from Wiley published by Robert Smallwood and experts. The Data Luminary -...
Zasio discusses the impact of CCPA, GPS locations, banking information, and text messages on mobile devices. Further, Warren Bean, Sr. Sales Engineer for Zasio recommends security measures to encourage compliance for company-owned devices.
One of the best collections of "Top Security" predictions from various vendors compiled by Dan Lohrmann. Thank you, Dan.
Cyber criminals using a new form of ransomware are going after healthcare and technology companies across Europe, the US and Canada in what researchers describe as 'carefully chosen' attacks.
Check out the latest news coming out of ARMA regarding candidates for open board positions.
The conference agenda is located here
Professor Daniel Solove provides a great update on facial recognition technology in his latest blog post.
Nice to see the AIEF and ARMA working together to publish this special edition.
From the IAPP The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will come into effect on January 1, 2020. You have very little time to get a lot of work done to comply with this sweeping...
MER Sapient is hosting a webinar with Access as a sponsor. Register now, and learn how you can apply best IG practices to: - Drive higher customer value...
It appears TrueDialog removed the database from public view, but did not respond to to researchers. Read here. Photo by Rebecca Harris on Unsplash
While search earned an A, however, the amount of documentation for medical billing earned an F. Check out the source of the story by CASSANDRA BASLER NOV 18, 2019 or the article in Yale News here.
After the deadline, customers will no longer receive any security patches for their software.