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Entries tagged “Data Management”

Getting Rid of the ROT: A Q&A on Data Disposition with John Isaza

Insight July 27, 2017
ROT data (Redundant, Outdated, or Trivial) has increasingly become an issue for all types of corporations. Not being able to differentiate between the data that must be kept and the irrelevant data can represent a significant cost and create potential regulatory and other repercussions, such as spoliation sanctions, etc. Many

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Advanced Records Retention Webinar

With this webinar, we aim to aid organizations to learn how to better manage their data and records not only to stay compliant, but also to avoid litigation costs and possible sanctions for its incorrect disposition or disclosure of personally identifiable data. Learn how to create a legally defensible records retention program in the event

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Legal insights and updates on the Safe Harbor Data Pact between U.S. and the E.U.

Insight February 12, 2016
EU and US DOT Strike Safe Harbor Data Pact, but Grace Period Still Expired. Two days after the expiration of a deadline set by Europe’s data protection authorities to replace the recently-invalidated Safe Harbor mechanism, the European Commission and U.S. Department of Commerce announced a deal on a new transatlantic Safe Harbor data

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Rimon’s John Isaza Interviewed for TechTarget Article on Data Management Policy and e-Discovery

Insight August 28, 2014

Rimon's John Isaza is featured in an article on data management policy and e-discovery by TechTarget editor Ben Cole. John is quoted on Rimon's information governance work: "For third-party vendors, we are encouraging our clients to have contractual provisions to obligate them to follow your records management procedures and your needs as an organization when it comes to e-discovery."

You can read the article at its original source here.

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