Practical Information Governance Starts With IT
Network Computing, February 10th, 2021
February 21, 2021,
Volume 275, Issue 3

Louise Rains-Gomez, Melissa Cohen, Jon Ringler writes in Network Computing, "In corporate risk management, a lot is often lost in translation between IT and legal. These two groups sit at the heart of information governance (IG) and corporate risk management, but because many organizations continue to address legal, privacy, data, and security risks in silos, collaboration between IT and legal teams has become the exception rather than the rule.

The result of this lack of unity between key stakeholders is a myriad of unnecessary challenges, lack of requirement understanding, gaps in governance, and increased risk. Organizations looking to take a strong, practical approach to risk management must start by building bridges between legal and IT, ensuring that IT buy-in is established at the outset of a new IG initiative..."

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