As vendors get busy setting up new data storage arrangements to help organizations stay compliant with the European Union's new General Data Protection Regulation directives, data governance experts are considering what other impact the GDPR may have on U.S. businesses.
Organizations today are under pressure to archive social media content as stringently as any other data that flows in and out of the company. In fact, for government agencies and highly regulated sectors it's not simply an e-discovery and compliance suggestion – it's the law.
Software vendor Incisive released Concourse this week, a new management and collaboration API designed to improve efficiency and reduce the risk of working with spreadsheets.
To enable financial institutions to better meet regulatory and compliance requirements, Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveiled Tuesday HPE Investigative Analytics, a hosted software platform that uses machine learning and archiving software to identify and stop fraudulent and non-compliant behavior.
Kon Leong, CEO of compliance firm ZL Technologies, said data scientists get short shrifted in the workplace. They have great job descriptions and the pay grade to go with them, but are consistently hamstrung by workflows that require data experts to spend far more time managing data than actually analyzing it.
Security firm Tripwire released on Wednesday its Whitelist Profile app that enables enterprises in regulated industries to create automated, customizable reports on required/permitted system settings for more than 600 policy and platform compliance requirements.
Cloud-based archiving solutions firm Smarsh announced Wednesday it has paired up with popular social media management platform Hootsuite. Together, they plan to make it easier for companies to track and archive content from social media accounts like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
A recent IDC and Iron Mountain report revealed the battle lines between IT and legal's struggle to control company data. It's a battle we've all witnessed – and more than occasionally seen influence our projects – but this is the first report I've seen that has clarified the increasingly blurred lines in internal data ownership.
A new white paper from risk consulting firm Protiviti outlined several reasons why it's a good idea to bring an assortment of compliance functions together under one umbrella instead of letting them languish across teams and work processes.
Microsoft is extending its compliance tools to so-called public folders in Outlook.