Risk and Controls for Records Management
With each passing day, your records and information program becomes less about archiving your institution’s past and more about how your vital information can be used to measure performance, drive business action and enact change. At the same time, you are witnessing an information explosion, exposing your business to risks.
Building the proper measurement tool along with establishing a robust risk and control framework can help your organization stay compliant, mitigate risks and manage its information. Iron Mountain has published two practitioner’s guides to help records and information professionals and their many partners continue the evolution of their programs and deliver value.
In A Records and Information Managers Guide to Assessing Performance Risk, you'll find:
- A Brief Look at Metrics, KPIs, and KRIs
- Recommended RIM KPIs
- A Review of the Importance of Benchmarking
- An Analysis of the Challenges of Change
- Challenges of Change
In the Practical Guide for a Records and Information Management Risk & Control Framework you'll learn about:
- The Importance of a RIM Risk Framework
- Key Drivers for Compliance
- Identification of Critical RIM Controls
- Roles and Responsibilities within Your Governance Program
- Measures of Success
- Action Plans for Continued Improvement