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In the past twelve months, the impact of data leaks and security breaches, most especially the Edward Snowdon activities, has brought the security and privacy elements of information governance strongly into play. Metadata has become an issue for front-page news, and heads-of-state discuss individuals’ rights to data privacy and information deletion. Meanwhile, massive data leaks of personal information have damaged corporate reputations and hardened already strong views in some jurisdictions. We therefore need to work harder to protect live content and preserve content records, but the volume, velocity and variety of content generation makes it nearly impossible to manually maintain and enforce the policies we so earnestly set. In this report we take an in-depth look at information governance policies, privacy and records management issues, policy enforcement, and how well technology can set or correct metadata, detect security risks, and enforce deletion policies. Access >>>
Table of contents
- About the Research
- Maturity of Policies and Systems
- Multiple Repositories and Cloud
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