Author Archives: IGI Team

Download Our Newest Comprehensive Case Study on Les Schwab

As part of the IGI’s ongoing work to help professionalize and promote information governance (IG) we have the opportunity to see how hundreds of different organizations approach IG. Although every organization’s IG challenge is unique there are actually more similarities than differences in IG problems and their solutions. By looking at one organization’s experience with […]

IGI Charter Supporter DBR Launches New Blog on Privacy and Security

IGI Founding Supporter Drinker Biddle recently launched DBR on Data, a blog that offers insights and outlooks from privacy, security and information governance professionals across the firm. With GDPR looming, and cybersecurity breaches only seeming to grow in magnitude and impact each day, the need for IG professionals to understand these issues and address them […]

Leveling Up Your IG Program: Opportunities Beyond Best Practices

by Doug Meier – Pandora Media Inc. on September 12, 2017 Information Governance, In-House Counsel, Legal & Industry Education Whether in “startup” mode or in “recurring initiative” mode, we expect a lot from an information governance (IG) program and its leaders. For example, the program should follow agreed-upon best practices, like adhering to a maturity model and aligning with the concept of Privacy by […]

Join IGI & Actiance for an Executive Briefing

Thursday, October 12th, 11:30am – 1:30pm London Chop House, Detroit Register Join us for lunch with eDiscovery expert Barclay Blair of the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) for an interactive discussion of how social media, voice, mobile, and messaging apps are changing eDiscovery. RSVP now and learn: How to capture and preserve these new forms of […]

New Data: Employee Data Habits May Increase Corporate Legal Risk

By David Horrigan This article originally appeared on Law360. In our daily work lives, we see a fair amount of anecdotal evidence indicating many of us engage in workplace behaviors that put our personal privacy and company data at risk. But, how serious is the problem? To find out, kCura recently commissioned a Harris Poll survey conducted between December […]

Survey Says: Analytics Making In-house a Home

by Dean Gonsowski In January, members of the World Economic Forum met at their annual Davos summit to discuss analytics, automation, and artificial intelligence (AI), topics with enough potential to have global business leaders expressing both optimism and fear: “It’s not like we actually have economic growth today. So we actually need technological breakthrough, we need […]

Information Security & Information Governance – how they work together

By Richard Kilpatrick – Information Technology & Services Richard Kilpatrick is a highly experienced consultant in information technology, focusing on realistic data governance, security and privacy.  Richard has led programs of work to discover and classify data across multiple business units, within banks, telcos, health and media. In this Information Governance ANZ article, he outlines […]