I don’t need to explain why basements can be creepy, but when you are using the basement for storing old records, there are a few scarier things to worry about. The 4th quarter is finally here, so it is time to clean out and purge confidential documents at your business. Here are a few things […]read more
Records retention can be a tricky concept, the government policies and industry laws can make it difficult to understand. With technology growing so rapidly in the workplace, it is no wonder that information is being stored and shared electronically. What happens with all of those documents in retention that still need to be kept and […]read more
Privacy laws are a major worry for many companies, especially when dealing with customer information. Companies are required to perform their “due diligence” when handling and disposing of confidential information. Does the question ever come to mind of what exactly “due diligence” is? Oftentimes companies may think by simply having an employee shred their documents […]read more
The sheer speed in which we generate paper documents today boggles the mind. Storing massive amounts of documents is worthless if you can’t access what you need quickly, accurately, and in a reliable, efficient and compliant manner. It is cost prohibitive to attempt to store and manage your own records in this day and age. […]read more
The Bottom Line: What Public and Private companies need to know about The Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002
Does Sarbanes Oxley affect your business? The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (“SOX”) affects all public companies in the United States by requiring them to follow all provisions of the act. This Act mandated a number of reforms to enhance corporate responsibility. Since its enactment in 2002, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has been widely perceived to regulate […]read more
THE BOTTOM LINE: The Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLB) and what your business needs to have in place regarding “end of life” of consumer information!
Protecting the privacy of consumer information held by “financial institutions” is at the heart of the financial privacy provisions of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Financial Modernization Act of 1999. GLB compliance is mandatory; whether a financial institution discloses nonpublic information or not, there must be a policy in place to protect the information from foreseeable threats in […]read more