Information Governance Solutions
Govern Your Information, Manage Your Risk
Information Governance is the integration of people, processes and technology to identify and protect an organization’s most critical information while eliminating the information that has no value.
Move from a "Store Everything, Forever" Strategy to a Value-Focused Perspective
33% of all data stored is Redundant, Obsolete or Trivial (ROT). 52% is Dark Data whose value is unknown. Understanding the risk profile of your information allows you to move from a ”store everything, forever” strategy to a value-focused perspective. Read this news release from Veritas to learn more.
Information Governance is a systematic approach that brings the right people, processes and technologies together to develop sustainable policies and procedures.
Using a 6-step methodology, URM works with clients to assess the current state of the Information Governance Program and identify and prioritize the gaps that are preventing the organization from reaching its strategic goals and objectives.
- Compliance Audit and Training
- Program Consolidation and Consistency
- Business Process Optimization
- Risk Assessment
- File Analysis
- Litigation Preparedness
- Legal Hold Policy and Procedures
- Destruction Policy and Procedures
- Records Retentions Schedule Refresh
- Change Management
There have been numerous regulatory responses to concerns about information security, identity theft, corporate governance transparency and many more areas related to information management. Several of the most frequently cited are:
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act
- IRS Revenue Procedure 98-25
- SEC Regulation S-P
- Land Ban Act of 1994
- Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
- Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
- Safe Harbor Act