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Creating and implementing an effective information governance (IG) policy is a critical first step an organization must take to secure data, comply with regulations, and meet ethical standards when managing information.
Creating and implementing an effective Information Governance (IG) policy is a critical first step an organization must take to secure data, comply with regulations, and meet ethical standards when managing information. Beyond those requirements, law firms can maximize the benefits of a robust IG program, including the efficiencies and cost reductions that result from better information management. There’s more, however, to an IG program than the ideas embodied in the policies. The goals of these policies must be implemented and evaluated for ongoing effectiveness and compliance. This paper addresses how to turn IG policies into action plans.
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