Where does that leave legal teams who have to account for organizational communications in matters of e-discovery—particularly as regards the obligation to preserve data under legal holds? In a recent whitepaper, Overcoming Legal Discovery Challenges in Remote & Hybrid Workplaces, Exterro explores some of these issues and challenges. Here are some tips to consider in your organization.
Based on survey data from over 70 respondents, representing 10 industries and companies with revenues from < $1 million to > $1 billion a year, this report gives a glimpse behind the curtain at how organizations uncover the facts around potential employee wrongdoing, regulatory compliance, civil litigation, and more.
Earlier this year, the Okta breach captured the infosec headlines. Okta, the #1 identity and access management company, was breached. In the chain of events that transpired, the hackers found on the network a file containing the passwords of domain administrators. Yes, that’s right: domain administrator passwords — the keys to the kingdom.
On May 18, 2022, the AEPD issued its decision against Google, imposing a fine of €10 million for violations of two articles of GDPR. The two violations were against Article Six, regarding lawful processing of data, and Article 17, regarding the “right to be forgotten.”
If you lose your employees’ interest in the training, they will also be much less motivated to help you protect your digital assets. In this article, we examine some of the key components that make an “awe-inspiring” cyber training program.