Information Governance is the high-level strategy for managing the life cycle of information at an organisation. Three main types of stakeholders are relevant to information governance,
- Business users who need information to operate the organisation,
- IT departments who must implement the mechanics of information management, and
- Legal, risk, and regulatory departments who understand the organisation’s duty to preserve information beyond its immediate business value.
Effective information governance creates policies and procedures which establish a consistent and logical framework for employees to handle electronically stored information (ESI). Close collaboration between these three classes of stakeholder helps with legal compliance, operational transparency, and reducing expenditures associated with legal discovery.
We can assist you with the following Information Governance requirements:
- E-Discovery Maturity Self-Assessment Test
- e-Discovery Budgeting Assessment
- Security Audit Questionnaire