Brett Grego

Recent Posts

IoT is a Minefield for Data Privacy, Information Security and eDiscovery

June 8, 2017 by Brett Grego

Tags: eDiscovery, Data Privacy, Information Security

The Internet of Things (IoT) has exploded in the last few years. From thermostats to cars, thousands of items can now collect, store and transmit data. The question many general counsel are asking is how does this affect data privacy, information security and eDiscovery?

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Why Are Companies Initiating Information Governance Programs?

May 2, 2017 by Brett Grego

Tags: Dark Data, ROT Data, Information Governance Program

The Data Genomics 2016 survey reveals a few key reasons why many companies are beginning information governance programs. Not suprisingly, overall information within organizations is growing at a rate of 39% each year.

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No Surprise, Data Breaches Continue to Rise

April 5, 2017 by Brett Grego

Tags: Data Breach, Information Security

There were 1,792 data breaches in 2016, which led to almost 1.4 billion data records being exposed worldwide, according to the Breach Level Index (BLI) report from Gemalto. This is up nearly 300% from 2015.

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Subject vs. Case Record Categories: How are they different?

September 9, 2015 by Brett Grego

Tags: Case Records

One of the most important principles in record keeping is classifying information into its appropriate bucket so that it can be properly managed and disposed of. Doing this means you need to create a solid file plan which requires that you understand the two types of record categories that may exist.

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Subject vs. Case Record Categories: What is the difference?

January 21, 2015 by Brett Grego

Tags: Case Records, Records Management, Record Categories

One of the most important principles in record keeping is classifying information into its appropriate bucket so that it can be properly managed and disposed of. Doing this means you need to create a solid file plan which requires that you understand the two types of record categories that may exist.

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