Can Fewer Records Really Mean More Records?

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That's quite a question in the title! And the answer is yes. As I discussed in my last blog post, personally identifiable information (PII) is the property of the person it’s about, and you need to get permission to use

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A Privacy Philosophy for Information Professionals to Live By

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Privacy isn’t just a series of things you do; it’s a philosophy that drives the things you do to implement a privacy program.

Big Bucket Retention and Metadata Stubs: Revisiting Retention Beyond The Curve

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Last week we had a great chat with Susan Cisco. She’s a very experienced old hand in the IG business and both John Isaza and I have known her and worked with her for a long time, so it was

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Data Privacy for the Information Professional – Getting Started

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If you’re in the information governance space these days, in virtually any capacity, you’re hearing a lot about data privacy. And unless your organization is either far ahead of the curve—or so far behind that you don’t even know it’s

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Privacy and Data Security Law in the U.S.

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Encouraged by big tech companies seeking clarity and uniformity, the United States is finally dipping its collective toe into the development of privacy and data security law. This is a momentous advance—the U.S. has long lagged behind the rest of

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Securing Your Devices While You Work From Home

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Now that you’re working from home, let’s take a look at your equipment to make sure it’s securing. It needs to be sufficient for your working requirements, and you need to ensure that you’re not exposing yourself and your company...