Let us be your guide to information management in the digital age. On this journey we will discuss today's challenges in information management including: regulatory requirements, records management, data sovereignty, data migration and data archiving.
Episode 14: The Changing Information Governance Environment in the Age of COVID-19
In our latest episode, Bill Tolson and special guests Mike Salvarezza, Vice President of Content Development, MER discuss the changing information governance environment in the age of Covid-19. The episode explores how collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams have challenged information governance professionals. In order to be successful today, information governance professionals must take a holistic view of all these challenges (privacy, cyber security, data security, training, data management, etc.)
Episode #13: Data Has Value, But Also Risk - Delete What You No Longer Need
In our latest episode, Bill Tolson and special guest Jason Stearns, Past President of ARMA, discuss how to manage the growing amount of information flowing into and out of enterprises today – both paper and electronic. The episode also explores the issues resulting from a lack of corporate focus on information management within an organization - including defensible disposition.
Episode 12: Details of President Biden's Executive Order on Cybersecurity
In our latest episode, Bill Tolson and special guests Tyson Marx, Senior Associate at Ward & Berry and Chelsea Padgett, Associate at Ward & Berry discuss the details of President Biden’s Executive Order on Cybersecurity. The executive order is specifically for the federal government and their agencies. The three main points of the order include improving communication between agencies and contractors with respect to cybersecurity incidents, modernizing technology and improving accountability.
Episode #11: Long Term Archiving for Regulatory Compliance
In our latest episode, Bill Tolson and Jason Bero, Privacy, Risk and Compliance Officer at Microsoft discuss long-term archiving for regulatory compliance. This episode dives deep into government requirements for storing data, how to archive important data for the long-term as well as ensure that retrieval of the data is easy as well as a discussion around the tools used today and potentially in the future.
Episode 10: Understanding the New California Privacy Rights Act
In this episode our guest Jodi Daniels from Red Clover Advisors discusses the differences between the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the California Public Records Act (CPRA). Which one supersedes the other? In this podcast you will learn:
1. What steps your organization needs to take in order to be compliant with these regulations,
2. How building a privacy organization is not longer a "nice to have" but a necessary requirement
3. What to include in your privacy policies that will expose your organization to the least amount of risk
Episode #9 Why In-Place Information Management is not a Complete Solution
In this episode our experts discuss why in-place information management systems do not provide the level of control organizations require to meet regulatory, ediscovery or security needs.