Information Privacy

Privacy in the Information Lifecycle

How you manage your information throughout its lifecycle is key to the success of your privacy program.

Privacy Considerations Throughout the Information Lifecycle

The implementation of regulations such as GDPR and CCPA are elevating the need for organizations to evaluate their privacy programs to ensure compliance.

Privacy is part of virtually every component in the information lifecycle from the creation or receipt of data, to using it within workflows or for analysis, and ultimately determining appropriate storage and disposal requirements.


The Secret Sauce For Complying With Privacy Regulations

At the 2020 AIIM Conference Steve Lester, Iron Mountain Corporate Counsel, presented his recipe for information governance practices that keep data safe, secure and also available for timely compliance with consumer requests. He summarizes his recommendations in this Modern Governance podcast.
Understanding the costs and risks

The global average cost of a data breach is $3.92 million. The average cost for each lost/stolen record containing sensitive & confidential information is $150.

Ponemon Institute, “Cost of a Data Breach Study” 2019.
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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is influencing how states protect people's personal information and what that means for businesses everywhere.
Your Information Lifecycle

The key to a successful privacy program is to manage your information throughout its lifecycle with strong governance rooted in policy. A strong information lifecycle management program is vital to protecting customer privacy and business success. We offer solutions for each and every part of your journey. Click around to learn more.

Keeping Up With US Privacy Regulations

The privacy regulations in the United States are constantly evolving. Click around to see what regulations are in each state.