How To Get Ready for GDPR
GDPR

Getting Ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Unsure about whether GDPR applies to you? It doesn’t matter if we are pre- or post-Brexit, or if you’re in Europe, APAC or the USA. Any company holding identifiable information of an EU citizen, no matter where it’s based, needs to be aware of the implications of […]

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Last Week at Information Governance Forum, Atlanta

Great discussion last week with the Information Governance Initiative (IGI) along with Today’s General Counsel at Thursday’s Information Governance Forum in Atlanta on “Identifying and Coordinating IG Stakeholders” with Barclay Blair and “Automating Information Governance” with Jason Baron. The event recapped the “fireside chats” I’ve been fortune to take part in alongside Jason and Barclay […]

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Using Social Media While Maintaining HIPAA Compliance

HIPAA authorizes heavy fines and potential criminal charges for the unlawful disclosure of electronic communications containing PHI. With a comprehensive solution for communications compliance, archiving and analytics, healthcare organizations can have confidence that all communications are compliant, monitored and retained for eDiscovery. Take a read!      

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Workplace by Facebook is Here, and Actiance Socialite Has Your Back

Earlier this month Facebook unveiled Workplace, the enterprise version of the popular social media network. Already, more than 1,000 organizations are using the tool to collaborate with colleagues. While it faces a slew of competitors, it is expected to build traction in the enterprise given the widespread affinity and familiarity to the social network. Workplace […]

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FCA Cloud Guidance Signals Maturation of UK Cloud Services Market

In July of 2016, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) issued new guidance to financial services firms on the use of outsourced cloud services. The guidance, FG 16/5, outlines requirements that firms should consider as they evaluate the use of cloud services for critical, important, or operational functions. While the guidance is not binding, it […]

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The FDA And Social Listening For Adverse Effects

As more patients post their medical experiences publicly, could social media be used to shed light on adverse drug and device effects?  To explore this question, thought leaders from the Federal Drug Administration (FDA), industry, pharma, academia and medicine recently gathered to explore collecting and evaluating social media posts to identify adverse effects. Included among them […]

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Supervising Employees Using New Forms Of Communications

How do I supervise the activities of employees when they have Snapchat and WhatsApp on their personal devices?  How do I find “bad actors” within my organization by using antiquated tools like lexicons? These and other questions were explored at recent event by Sean Riley, Principal, Terry Bock, Managing Director, and Paul Yackinous, Senior Manager, […]

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