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 #4: Privacy Impact Assessments, the GDPR, and the Fall of the Privacy Shield
With the invalidation of the EU-US privacy shield, companies will need to adopt processes and technologies that put more control of the data in their hands when storing and utilizing cloud solutions. In this podcast, we explore the issues that cause the Court of Justice of the European Union to invalidate the privacy shield, and additionally, what challenges US companies face in order to get the data flowing again.
Episode #3: Is Data Sovereignty a Myth in the Age of the Cloud
In this podcast, we address, what is data sovereignty? Why is it important for companies to understand the regulatory risks associated with data sovereignty? And how can you ensure your company avoids the risk of data sovereignty non-compliance?
Episode 2: The Coming Title Wave of COVID-19-Inspired Litigation - staggering ediscovery costs are coming
Organizations are going to be negatively impacted and overwhelmed by the cost associated with COVID19 litigation. Not just for consultants and legal fees but resources for ediscovery and legal searches. Organizations will need to provide specific data documents, emails, chats, etc to support their case, and this is predicted to cause great financial difficulty for many organizations that have never experienced these types of litigation requirements in the past.
Clouds, Backdoors, Secrecy Orders, and the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act
In this podcast Bill Tolson, VP Compliance and eDiscovery, and James McCarthy, CCO of Archive360 address the questions, issues around the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act and the Cloud Act including:
* How this current and any new potential laws affect how US-based and non-US-based companies should store their data in the cloud?
* What challenges and issues organizations will have with their cloud vendors?
* How will the new Senate bill affect the use of US-based corporate cloud storage repositories?
* What is a secrecy warrant? And what does it mean for companies with sensitive data stored in third-party clouds?
* What companies can do to protect their sensitive information from government overreach and secrecy warrants and all of these kinds of things.