The Ten Commandments of Information Governance & E-Disclosure 2013 1. Govern your information before your information go...
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Sanjay Bhandari, Partner at Ernst & Young presents the tenets of Information Governance and E-Disclosure for industry professionals in 2013
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. The Ten Commandments of Information Governance & E-Disclosure 2013 1. Govern your information before your information governs you A fully developed information governance strategy will reduce at source the risk, cost and volume of data in future eDiscovery exercises. Get it right and you get a measure of control. Get it wrong and your data controls you. And it becomes expensive. 2. Governance is not Someone Else’s Problem – it’s Yours Information governance is not Legal’s problem. It’s not IT’s problem. It’s not records management’s problem. And it’s not compliance’s problem. Success is down to all of you, working as a team. 3. To Have and to Hold is Good, but not til Death Us Do Part Do not just keep data indefinitely because storage is cheap. When you get a dispute, investigation or regulatory review, that cheap storage looks very expensive when it has to be collected by service providers and reviewed by lawyers. Have a defensible disposition strategy and reduce that volume.Download the full 10 commandments here:http://www.infogovsummit.com/Event.aspx?id=793382#PresentationsSanjay Bhandari will be chairing the Information Governance and eDisclosure Summit, whichwill take place from 14 - 16 May, 2013 at the Lancaster London Hotel, UK. For information,please email enquire@iqpc.co.uk or call +44 (0) 2307 368 9300.More resources can also be found at: http://www.legaliqonline.com/

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