Information Compliance

Understanding information compliance is critical for your data security and privacy across all organizations

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Information Compliance is No Longer an Optional Investment

Protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and the availability of information technology assets within your business is more crucial than ever. It can insulate you against cyber threats, unwanted access, and the risk of facing hefty penalties from regulators. Therefore, you need a wide range of cross-disciplinary policies, procedures, controls, tools, and technologies, to help you meet regulatory and operational requirements.

Your organizational data has value. This is what your organization will use to grow, tailor customer products, assess business performance, make decisions, and generate overall impact. Data such as patient records, intellectual property, and customer information is sensitive and therefore, needs to be a part of your risk management and information compliance strategy.

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Simplify Your Ungoverned Information

Organizations are evaluating the processes and structures they need to put in place to enhance compliance, and so should you. Non-compliance translates to unstructured and ungoverned data, which can lead to complicated challenges which can be easily avoided.

Avoid Informational Silos

Amend Ineffective Manual Processes

Gain Consistent Analytics

Avoid the Lack of Visibility

Overcome Risks of Redundant Data

Avoid Regulatory Non-Compliance

Strengthen Your Information Lifecycle


Creating your information is the first step of your information lifecycle. Determine where, how, who and why a document is being created.


If collaborating on a document, you need to version it and ensure that you have an approval process in place.


When sharing your document, identify who can view only and who can both view and edit. Is it both internal and external people who have access to it? Are you ensuring that there is limited time on a document and that it expires?


Where you keep your information matters. It will determine whether it is securely stored, how long it can live in that location, and whether it can be retained for a long period of time.

Record Keeping

Your information needs to be moved, transformed, and made available so that software can use it, secure and optimize it.


Information that is no longer needed may be deleted. Sometimes deletion is a legal requirement; in other cases, it is prohibited. A deletion policy needs to consider all business and legal obligations.

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Reap the Benefits of Information Compliance

Reduced Risk

Reduce unneeded and expired information and make your information easier to manage and discover. Reducing the volume of unneeded information lessens the risk of unfavourable information from being discovered or leaked.

Cost Savings

Storage and legal hold costs can be reduced with better management of information. By reducing clutter, you can decrease the overall scope of search and improve the chances of finding critical information in a timely manner.

Implementing rigorous processes and controls for information compliance can benefit the organization, employee adherence and productivity.

Excellent Information Management

You can achieve significant benefits by understanding and executing information management, aligned to your business objectives. You will need to connect your data, employees, and technology for greater business development.

Best Practice For Your Organization

Analyze legal and compliance challenges associated with information blocking, including common compliance roadblocks
Develop risk-mitigating compliance solutions for complex information blocking scenarios and identify emerging best practices for promoting interlinking
Enhance compliance culture, policies and procedures, and contractual agreements to combat information blocking
Determine business critical data, identify redundant, obsolete and trivial data, Know and classify existing dark data

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