Compliance Imperatives For Defensible Data Disposal

Law360 (July 26, 2019, 4:43 PM EDT) -- A $5 billion Federal Trade Commission compliance fine for Facebook Inc.[1] A £183 million UK compliance fine for British Airways. Marriott International faces a £99.2 million fine for data breach.[2] The hits just keep coming. Escalating data breach costs. Spiraling e-discovery costs. Defensible disposal of corporate data presents an excellent opportunity to mitigate the impact of these data-driven risks. Indeed, its time has finally come.

For years, even before the advent of corporate email, managing data to retain what is needed and delete the remainder has been back-burnered in many organizations. A cleanup endeavor lacking in allure, the chief financial officer’s...

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