New record management requirements impact public and private sector

A recent directive requires federal agencies to institute electronic records management plans

Private sector organizations are commonly at odds with regulatory investigators, but in some ways, the objectives of the government and the companies they investigate are strangely aligned. Cautionary tales about the importance of information governance and e-discovery have long been told in both the private and public sector. Save too much electronically stored information (ESI) and downstream e-discovery burdens increase. Save too little and risk non-compliance with requirements to preserve certain kinds of information. In today’s era of big data, organizations need strategies for proactively managing information and responding to e-discovery and other information requests on a case-by-case basis.

Proactive information management strategy

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Matt Nelson

Matthew Nelson is an attorney and legal technology expert with Symantec who has spent the past 15 years helping organizations address a wide array of...

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Allison Walton

Allison Walton is an e-discovery attorney at Symantec Corporation. Prior to joining Symantec, Allison worked for Liquid Litigation Management and with Fortune 500 clients at...

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