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MER Conference Responds to Health Emergency: We’re Going Virtual

Do your social distancing and self-isolation while virtually attending the MER Conference from homeEarn continuing education creditsLet us bring the best content,...

Infogov World Fall 2019 Out Now!

Check out this issue in the new ISSUU application. Much easier to read. https://bit.ly/33o2kpN

IG GURU gets referenced in Forbes “How Much Is Your Data...

Our book review of Infonomics was linked in this Forbes article by Stephan Zoder. Check out the article here and our...

Access Announces Acquisition of Montaña & Associates – a Leading Information...

Records and Information Management (RIM) Leader Strengthens Compliance Solutions for Retention Policy and Schedules, Data Privacy and IG Policy

Webinar Today! – GDPR and its Impact on Info Management &...

It’s no secret. Between GDPR in Europe, LGPD in Brazil, and the new privacy acts in California and Colorado,...

Webinar: Creating A Defensible Disposition within your RIM Program

Keeping records past their expire date can put companies and employees alike at great risk, for both...

ARMA is looking for mentors

Anyone interested would need to be an active ARMA member and meet the other requirements (see here).

Avoiding Financial Pitfalls in Your First Year as a RIM/IG Consultant

This article is a follow-up to a previous article entitled How to Start a RIM/IG Consulting Practice. Congratulations! You are an independent RIM/IG consultant now. As...

ARMA 2018: What to Expect

ARMA International 2018 is likely the most popular InfoGov event throughout the world.  With a rich history and long-standing members, 2018 is slated to...

The Information Governance Conference Announces 2018 Keynote Speaker

Drones and related technologies continue to tangle up courtrooms - with implications on downstream information, autonomous vehicles, manufacturing, healthcare, and so much more. That's why we're...

5 keys to innovating without sacrificing privacy, security or compliance

By Heidi Maher Published May 29 2018, 6:30am EDT In the wake of the Facebook data compromise debacle, every company that wants to innovate needs to challenge the...

GDPR: What Offsite Storage Companies Need to Know Now

By Kelsey Treister, CSR Professional Services Major Changes—and Fines—Will Be Coming in Mere Weeks. Are You Prepared? Companies that use offsite storage have to handle the...

Company bolsters enterprise communications service

Ryan Chiavetta, CIPP/US - Author posted March 2nd, 2018 In case it hasn’t been obvious by now, the stories surrounding compromised elections are not going away...

As movement to repeal net neutrality grows, 9th Circuit decision looms

By Angelique Carson, CIPP/US The odds that the Federal Communication Commission's repeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules will be reversed look increasingly likely. Yesterday, Sens. Ed Markey,...

Cybersecurity Leadership Book for Professionals

Are you looking for a quality read to introduce you to information security?  Look no further than Dr. Mansur Hasib and his book Cybersecurity...

Library Of Congress Announces It Will Be Selective In Which Tweets...

by Peter Kurilecz Since 2010, the Library of Congress has been collecting every single tweet published on Twitter. The idea was to create a comprehensive public...

Risk mitigation followup: positive incentives for records creation/retention

by Maarja Krusten Good morning from Washington, DC! In my last post here (December 23, 2017), I mentioned the challenge of finding positive incentives (beyond legal...

NISO to Manage U.S. Group Dedicated to Document Description and Processing...

*Baltimore, MD - January 04, 2018 -* The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to take over...

Data Breaches are Records Management Problems

https://nextgenrm.com/2018/01/02/data-breaches-are-records-management-problems/ Posted on January 2, 2018 by Don Lueders As I’ve said here many times, records managers have always provided the same vital service: we manage recorded information –...

Critical flaws revealed to affect most Intel chips since 1995

Most Intel processors and some ARM chips are confirmed to be vulnerable, putting billions of devices at risk of attacks. One of the security researchers said the bugs are "going to haunt us for years."