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June 24, 2016
Blockchain technology, a distributed ledger that underpins cryptocurrencies, has become a huge factor the financial services space as virtual currencies such as bitcoin have become increasingly popular. The rise of blockchain could radically change ...
May 10, 2016
The information management industry has a tidal wave of changes to deal with as Millennials push new ways of managing and sharing data through cloud and new collaboration tools.
April 26, 2016
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina has managed to navigate a tenuous triangle -- IT, business units and HIPAA regulatory requirements -- and bring elements of its operations to the cloud.
April 15, 2016
The FCC's newly proposed privacy protection rules requires broadband and wireless providers to obtain consumer consent before collecting and sharing their data, but some are concerned this approach ...
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In this Q&A, Jeffrey Ritter discusses how the quest for big data intelligence is forcing governance professionals to move beyond GRC gatekeeping. Continue Reading
Because of the slow pace of federal policymaking, companies must rely on state legislators for guidance to protect consumer data. But privacy regulation at the state level has its challenges. Continue Reading
Consumer data usage in the U.S. is currently governed by a patchwork of privacy legislation that can't keep up with the digital marketplace and leaves consumers at risk. A consumer bill of rights could be the first step to address this problem. Continue Reading
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The lack of comprehensive federal privacy legislation leaves not only consumers vulnerable, but also companies frustrated. Many consumers lack information about the many ways their personal data is ... Continue Reading
As information has transformed into a huge business asset for modern companies, it has come at a price: Data is now a target for hackers seeking sensitive information about enterprises and their customers. This new online data security focus has ... Continue Reading
As the digital age continues to strain information governance budgets, many companies have turned to the cloud to reduce data storage costs: Market analyst firm IDC predicts spending on public cloud services will exceed $127 billion in 2018, ... Continue Reading