Jason Atchley : eDiscovery : EDRM Updates Privacy, Security Risk Reduction Model

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EDRM Updates Privacy, Security Risk Reduction Model

The new model incorporates real-world experiences and industry feedback.

Marlisse Silver Sweeney, Law Technology News

February 21, 2014    |0 Comments
 
 

EDRM, an electronic discovery and information governance company, has announced the reintroduction and refinement of its Privacy & Security Risk Reduction Model, in a recent statement. This model was originally introduced last September and provides a process for reducing the volume of private, protected and risky data by using a series of steps applied in sequence as part of the information management, identification, preservation and collection phases within e-discovery.
According to the company, the model has been revised to address issues of exposure in an organized and systematic manner, since high-risk data can cause significant trouble for companies.  This was made all too clear in the Target and Neiman Marcus data breaches.  EDRM says they have revised the model to include industry feedback and real-world experiences into the data remediation and e-discovery projects.
The updated model provides a framework for ongoing iterative risk reduction and a step-by-step guide to addressing highly sensitive data, including personally identifiable information, proprietary data and privileged communications.
Attorney Marlisse Silver Sweeney is a freelance writer based in Vancouver.MarlisseSilverSweeney@gmail.com. Twitter: @MarlisseSS. LTN: @lawtechnews.
 
 

Read more: http://www.lawtechnologynews.com/id=1392982595237/EDRM-Updates-Privacy%2C-Security-Risk-Reduction-Model#ixzz2uG8zeWeh

 
 
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