Keywords in category E-Discovery & Compliance
Records Management in law firms differs from other entities because firms must deal with conflicts and work-product rules.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology released the final public draft of recommended security controls for federal information systems and organizations
In January 2007, the U.S. Government Accounting Office detailed 27 high-risk areas and, in March 2008, added a 28th -- planning for the 2010 Census.
It is clear that consumers continue to benefit from the ease and convenience of products and services offered in the highly dynamic mobile marketplace.
This white paper was developed to clarify the monitoring component of internal control. It does not replace the guidance first issued
This Securities and Exchange Commission report examines the current state of operating and investment company disclosure to develop a high-level plan to modernize the present disclosure system.
Frequently Asked Questions Relating to Transfers of Personal Data From the EU/EEA to Third Countries
This paper contains frequently-asked questions and answers to better understand the legal framework applicable to transfers of personal data processed in the European Union
To diminish uncertainty and provide a more predictable framework for data transfers between the U.S. and Switzerland, the Department of Commerce
This paper explains what the HIPAA privacy and security rules require of covered entities when they dispose of protected health information.
Since the emergence of e-commerce in the mid-1990s, the online marketplace has continued to expand and evolve, creating new business models that allow greater interactivity