Vol. 49 Nbr. 6, November - November 2015
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- Focus on taming technology to maximize information security.
- Survey: federal agencies don't trust their e-discovery programs.
- U.S., UK firms not protecting their cyber borders.
- Appeals court upholds FTC's authority over data security.
- Twitter report shows rise in government data requests.
- Long-term care home hired chicken farm to shred sensitive records.
- Many federal employees use personal e-mail for work.
- States moving to protect student data.
- Watchdog seeks to amend legal opinion limiting data access.
- Counsel's poor supervision of ESI preservation and production brings sanctions.
- Former U.S. State Department staffer to head records management reform.
- Wall Street banks reach deal on digital data retention.
- Greatest obstacle to ESI? Lawyers say soaring data volumes.
- Gartner: line between personal, business cloud use getting blurrier.
- Court: texts on public employee's phone are public records.
- Court: accidental disclosure does not waive privilege.
- Survey: workers lose six hours a week on document searches.
- Are electronic medical records worth the costs?
- Google's right-to-be-forgotten appeal rejected.
- 10 smart strategies for BYOD success.
- Policies and processes for protecting information.
- The principles, IG maturity model: tools for professional growth.
- How to combine RIM programs after a merger.
- Protecting privacy in an IoT-connected world.
- Implications of e-mail mismanagement and best practices for preventing it.
- Learn to create and work with relational databases.
- Discovering the universe of preservation history and practice.