Impact of International Regulations on Electronic Document Retention and Destruction
sponsored by CA Technologies.

With electronic data increasing in organizations, managing electronic records can be a daunting task. While many organizations are struggling to manage information in a single location, they will soon have to expand their efforts to address international regulations. Read this paper to learn about the business drivers and best practices behind international records retention and destruction.

Adopting record-retention policies and procedures can ensure compliance, privacy, litigation readiness and decrease storage costs. Learn more about the best practices for records management, including:

  • Addressing country-specific requirements for both paper and electronic records
  • Securing data and access to identifiable information
  • Automating compliance with default retention rules for records
  • Conducting audits to verify compliance with records management policy
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