Big data, meet big trouble.
Increase Efficiency. Mitigate Risk. Protect your Reputation.
Over time, stored information loses value, grows increasingly complex, and becomes a liability rather than an asset. Good information governance practices will solve that problem.
Initial Assessment and Data Map
Assessing your organization’s current practices, policies and standards
Inventorying existing digital information sources, summarized in an easy to read “information data map”
Identifying areas for improvement and providing recommendations for processes, practices, and technology solutions
Advising on methods for reducing storage and legally-defensible disposition strategy
Policies & Procedures
Drafting information governance and related policies and procedures; providing legal opinions on existing policy
Developing critical audit processes to ensure the strategy is implemented and legally defensible
Recommending records management and other technology solutions to suit your organization
Ensuring minimal disruption by recommending a back-end solution to auto-classify and appropriately retain records
Mitigating the reputational and financial impact of a potential cyber breach
Identifying organizational risks associated with your data and developing strategies to mitigate those risks