Office 365 Journaling to Create a Comprehensive eDiscovery Archive


Blog02212019_ Warehouse.pngDoes your organization utilize Office 365 for email? Is your organization required to journal email for compliance, legal, or business requirements? Do your Attorneys complain about the time it takes to find information for an eDiscovery request? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then keep reading. Continue reading

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Data Sovereignty and the GDPR; Do You Know Where Your Data Is?


Blog02142019As more companies move their data to the cloud, the question of data sovereignty is becoming a hotter topic. Data sovereignty is the requirement that digital data is subject to the laws of the country in which it is collected or processed. Many countries have requirements that data collected in a particular country must stay in that country. They argue that it’s in the Government’s interest to protect their citizen’s personal information against any misuse. Continue reading

The Right to be Forgotten Versus The Need to Backup


Blog02072019A great deal has been written about the GDPR and CCPA privacy laws, both of which includes a “right to be forgotten.” The right to be forgotten is an idea that was put into practice in the European Union (EU) in May 2018 with the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR). Continue reading

The New California Privacy Law and Presumed Damages


CA 07142018_1At the end of June, California’s legislature passed a new privacy law that in effect implements the strongest privacy controls of any state in the U.S. The new law provides a series of new rights to California’s consumers over how their personal data is collected, used, and sold. The new law will come into effect on January 1, 2020, however, on January 1, 2020, California citizens will be able to request all data about them going back 12 months, or January 1, 2019. This means companies will need to ensure they are properly collecting and classifying California resident data starting January 1, 2019. Continue reading