Document & Records Management

Organizations have limited resources to invest in safeguarding their data. Knowing exactly what data needs protection will help you set priorities and develop a sound plan so you can allocate your budget and other resources wisely, minimizing security and compliance costs. But where’s the best place to start? Data classification provides a solid foundation for a data security strategy because it helps identify risky areas in the IT network, both on premises and in the cloud.

Netwrix Corporation, provider of a visibility platform for data security and risk mitigation in hybrid environments, has announced the release of Netwrix Auditor – Data Discovery and Classification Edition.

To mark the latest release of Upland's FileBound workflow automation solution, Jon Eilers, General Manager FileBound US presented at a series of Roadshows across Australia. IDM asked John to highlight some of the recent and upcoming enhancements in the platform roadmap.

More than 6 million historical client documents held by the Western Australia Department of Communities Housing (Housing Authority) presented a major headache for staff owing to a lack of containment and classification. A new Ephesoft smart document capture system deployed by the Process Automation Group (PAG) is now assisting with making documents findable and enabling retention polices to be applied.

ASX-listed Citadel Group’s enterprise information management solution, Citadel-IX, is now running on Microsoft’s new Azure AU Central cloud, which has recently achieved the Australian Signals Directorate’s ‘protected’ level certification.

Is your organisation curious about the impact of Australia’s Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme? Australian image scanning bureau CaptureIT has launched a new specialised offering designed to put those concerns to rest by offering a comprehensive framework for managing and reporting on the entire data and content lifecycle of relevant personal and enterprise information.

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has published the first quarterly report on data breach notifications received under the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme, which came into force on 22 February 2018.  

Victorian service provider Wannon Water has partnered with Intelledox and FYB to implement next-generation forms. Completion of a Job Safety Analysis (JSA), required before any high risk on-site work event, was the catalyst for organisational change. Following a successful pilot, the digital process has been extended to incorporate all forms across the business.

If you are one of 2.2 billion Facebook users worldwide, you have probably been alarmed by the recent coverage of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, a story that began when The Guardian revealed 50 million (now thought to be 87 million) user profiles had been retrieved and shared without the consent of users.

Queensland updated its Ministerial Code of Conduct last month, which reflects the state’s legislation regarding official accountability. The Code now bans Ministers from using private email and messaging apps, such as Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Wickr and Snapchat, for ministerial business.