Information Management
  • 3 Key Challenges for the New GDPR Compliance Officer

    April 26th, 2018
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  • With the May 25 General Data Protection Regulation deadline almost upon us, some organizations are still searching for the right talent to manage their compliance strategies. Whether an organization is looking for a data protection officer, a managed services provider, a consultant or a chief privacy officer, an understanding of GDPR’s technological challenges is essential. […]

  • Taking the wrong approach to GDPR compliance

    February 15th, 2018
  • Data management is about to get even harder. The General Data Protection Regulation, the EU’s new comprehensive privacy regulation will enable individuals to have their data deleted, moved, or produced upon request. While this is a groundbreaking step for individual data privacy rights, the regulation’s steep demands coupled with fines of up to 4 percent […]

  • Getting started with GDPR compliance efforts

    August 23rd, 2017
  • With a rapidly changing regulatory environment driven by privacy concerns from major data breaches and a more scrutinizing focus on data protection, the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation has become front and center for the enterprise. While most have focused on the regulation as it’s stated, one question remains the focus: what exactly, in reality, […]

  • Big Data Executive Offers Insights on New Directions for 2017

    January 3rd, 2017
  • ZL Technologies is a provider of big data management solutions that help its corporate customers better perform tasks like eDiscovery, compliance, records management and analytics. From his vantage point as ZL’s CEO, Kon Leong has offered up several compelling predictions for new directions that the information technology industry will take in 2017. To read the […]

  • The Battle Between Data Analytics and Privacy

    October 4th, 2016
  • Data analytics and privacy are by their nature antithetical to one another. Analytics initiatives accumulate as much data as possible in order to provide the greatest possible insight into their subject; in the case of employee analytics this is largely unstructured data, comprising electronic communications and files, sometimes containing personal information. If employed recklessly, it […]

  • Spring Cleaning: Five Myths About File Analysis

    May 9th, 2016
  • Myths are paradoxical. They often start with a kernel of truth, and the most fertile ground in which a kernel sprouts and grows, is a field of confusion. The more complex a topic, the more likely it is that myths will spread vigorously like weeds. Case in point? Information governance. Everyone has his or her […]