- October 5, 2022
- Bill Tolson|
- Information Management|
- Information Security|
- Information Governance|
- Federal Directive
Bill is the Vice President of Global Compliance for Archive360. Bill brings more than 29 years of experience with multinational corporations and technology start-ups, including 19-plus years in the archiving, information governance, and eDiscovery markets. Bill is a frequent speaker at legal and information governance industry events and has authored numerous eBooks, articles and blogs.
Directive M-19-21 is driving Federal agencies to digitize their processes and recordkeeping and shut down their records storage facilities. While this is an enormous task, the bigger question is: where will all of this digitized data go? Just like paper records, all of the electronic records must be archived, secured, indexed, and managed per federal records management requirements. In this episode we address the issues Federal agencies need to think about that will help them successfully plan for and deal with the avalanche of electronic records.
In this episode, Cherie Givens discusses her new role as Chief Privacy Officer of North Carolina and the data privacy initiatives currently being rolled out state wide. In this episode she also discusses:
In this episode, Bill Tolson and Jane Bambauer, Professor of Law at the University of Arizona and one of the authors of the Universal Data Protection Act, discuss the drafting of a universal data privacy law that could be adopted by all states. The discussion takes a hind-sight look at GDPR, and lessons learned from the EU Privacy Regulations.
In this episode, Bill Tolson and Chris Cronin, Partner, Governance and Engineering Practice at HALOCK Security Labs try and define "reasonable data security" - a term that continually appears in every states' privacy law or proposed legislation. But what is "reasonable data security"? Today, there is no prescriptive definition for "reasonable data security". Chris Cronin will share what he tells his clients and the best policies and procedures for staying compliant.
Our latest episode features Steve Weissman, the "Info Gov Guy" at Holly Group. Steve and Bill discuss how the myriad of state privacy laws will drive big changes for information governance professionals. Currently there are projected to be 15 to 20 new states with their own privacy laws by 2024 that all have different definitions, different exclusions, different rights, etc. How does an organization track these differences and maintain a high level of coherence.
In this episode Jordan Crenshaw of the US Chamber of Commerce discusses the current state of privacy legislation in the US including the status of the American Data Privacy and Protection Act. He will also discuss whether or not unified regulations that will override the many states that have data privacy legislation in place.