Our goal is to help companies address their significant and increasing Information Governance risks and objectives. We have a “track record” of delivering Information Governance Objectives for major banks, financial services companies, and others.
Specify what Information Governance requirements apply to data, including retention and privacy, and identify information subject to such requirements.
Assure the management of information in all formats, from creation or receipt to final disposal, in order to meet retention, archiving, disposal, or other legal or regulatory requirements.
Collect, use, safeguard, and share “personal data” in compliance with the requirements of privacy laws and regulations (such as GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act).
Respond effectively to courts and regulators requesting information (improved eDiscovery), and to consumers exercising their Data Subject Rights.
Assure and substantiate that Information Governance requirements are taken seriously by the organization and third-party vendors, are complied with, and are part of “business as usual” operations.
Reduce the amount of data held, to decrease risk, lower processing costs, and streamline control processes.
Improve effectiveness and reduce the costs of storing, retrieving, and processing information.
Retain and transfer information to meet contractual and regulatory obligations and government oversight.
Safeguard critical information by incorporating Identity and Access Management and Data Loss Prevention considerations into Information Governance solutions.
Implement “enterprise solutions” to enable Information Governance requirements and reduce operational complexity and costs, including archiving technology and migration to cloud infrastructure.