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Cognitive Technologies White Paper

National Archives Records Express

We are pleased to announce the release of a white paper on the records management implications of: Internet of Things (IoT) Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Machine Learning (ML) Artificial Intelligence (AI). General cognitive technologies White Paper

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Release of Quantum Information Science and Technology White Paper

National Archives Records Express

We are pleased to announce the release of a white paper on the records management implications of Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST). This is the third in a series of white papers—the first one being Blockchain (2019) and the second Cognitive Technologies (2020).

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Server Remains Down; India's Premier Healthcare Uses Paper

Data Breach Today

Hospital Says eHospital Data Restored on Servers India's flagship combined public medical university and hospital continues to grapple with the fallout of a cyber incident it underwent last Wednesday.

Paper 130
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Server Remains Down; India's Premier Healthcare Turns to Paper

Data Breach Today

Hospital Says eHospital Data Restored on Servers India's flagship combined public medical university and hospital continues to grapple with the fallout of a cyber incident it underwent last Wednesday.

Paper 130
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Top Considerations for Building an Open Cloud Data Lake

In this paper, we explore the top considerations for building a cloud data lake including architectural principles, when to use cloud data lake engines and how to empower non-technical users.

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After SolarWinds Hack, Courts Revert to Paper for Secrets

Data Breach Today

Big Step Back: Move Carries Steep Bureaucratic and Usability Costs After being hit by SolarWinds hackers, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts instructed the nation's district courts to restrict the filing of sensitive information to hard copy or "secure electronic devices."

Paper 251
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CIPL Publishes Discussion Paper on Digital Assets and Privacy

Hunton Privacy

The paper includes recommendations for developing coherent, tech-friendly, future-focused, and pragmatic regulations and policies. Key areas of concern identified in the discussion paper include basic privacy principles: Applicability of existing laws and definitions.

Paper 108
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WEIS 2021 Call for Papers

Schneier on Security

We just published the call for papers. The 20th Annual Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2021) will be held online in June. Uncategorized conferences economics of security

Paper 87
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Why Paper Consumption Is Increasing (Arbor Day)

Record Nations

Despite advancements in paperless technology, like document scanning and cloud services, paper consumption is actually increasing. There are a number of reasons for this aside from things like toilet paper and food packaging.

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Fenix24 Releases White Paper Proposing New Cyber Incident Response Paradigm

Dark Reading

Restoration teams must be part of a collaborative, initial response team to address costly downtime

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The Unexpected Cost of Data Copies

This paper will discuss why organizations frequently end up with multiple data copies and how a secure "no-copy" data strategy enabled by the Dremio data lake service can help reduce complexity, boost efficiency, and dramatically reduce costs.

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Blockchain White Paper

National Archives Records Express

We are pleased to announce the release of our Blockchain White Paper. The white paper began as an internal effort to assist NARA staff in learning more about the technology and how agencies are using it. The white paper focuses on fundamental records management concerns such as the existence of records on a Blockchain, records authenticity and integrity, records scheduling, and records transfer and accessioning to NARA.

Paper 76
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After SolarWinds Attack, Courts Revert to Paper for Secrets

Data Breach Today

Big Step Back: Move Carries Steep Bureaucratic and Usability Costs After being hit by SolarWinds hackers, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts instructed the nation's district courts to restrict the filing of sensitive information to hard copy or "secure electronic devices."

Paper 176
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Rock-Paper-Scissors Robot

Schneier on Security

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a robot that always wins at rock-paper-scissors. How in the world did I not know about this for three years? It watches the human player's hand, figures out which finger position the human is about to deploy, and reacts quickly enough to always win. games robotics

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Two Scary (Anecdotal) Data Points: MRFs with White Paper/The Run on Ink Cartridges via i-SIGMA

IG Guru

Why people working from home could create organizational risk from simply printing and recycling paper. The post Two Scary (Anecdotal) Data Points: MRFs with White Paper/The Run on Ink Cartridges via i-SIGMA appeared first on IG GURU.

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A Guide to Better Data Quality

Without high quality data that we can rely on, we cannot trust our data or launch powerful projects like personalization. In this white paper by Snowplow, you'll learn how to identify data quality problems and discover techniques for capturing complete, accurate data.

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Fraudulent Academic Papers

Schneier on Security

Last week, a paper appeared on the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) ePrint archive purporting to demonstrate a much more effective break of SIMON, one that would affect actual implementations. The paper was sufficiently weird, the authors sufficiently unknown and the details of the attack sufficiently absent, that the editors took it down a few days later. Of course, bad papers can still make it through the process.

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CIPL Publishes White Paper on Protecting Children’s Data Privacy

Hunton Privacy

On October 20, 2022, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton Andrews Kurth published a white paper entitled Protecting Children’s Data Privacy, Policy Paper I, International Issues and Compliance Challenges.

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Calculating paper records storage costs

The Schedule

So I decided to make this my project for RIM month and have developed some simplistic models for calculating the costs of storing records, both paper and electronic. What I’ll do here is walk you through the models and provide examples for calculating the costs of storing paper records.

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Speaking of: The Paper Clip’s Digital Equivalent

Weissman's World

In the physical world, paper clips are an important source of context, as their use suggests that the pieces of paper they clip together are somehow related. And what does this mean in terms of identifying how many documents those pieces of paper represent, the relative importance of the […]. The post Speaking of: The Paper Clip’s Digital Equivalent appeared first on Holly Group.

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Assess and Advance Your Organization’s DevSecOps Practices

In this white paper, a DevSecOps maturity model is laid out for technical leaders to use to enable their organizations to stay competitive in the digital economy.

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Meet the Computer Scientist Who Helped Push for Paper Ballots

Dark Reading

Security Pro File: Award-winning computer scientist and electronic voting expert Barbara Simons chats up her pioneering days in computer programming, paper-ballot backups, Internet voting, math, and sushi

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7 Paper-Based Processes Killing Your Productivity

Docuware

That’s the only way to find particular documents in a pile of paper easily. Is X-ray vision part of your skillset? By digitizing these documents, you’ll be able to locate the one you need instantly without waiting for your company’s next benefits enrollment to offer a choice of superpowers.

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CIPL Publishes White Paper on Organizational Accountability in Privacy Enforcement

Hunton Privacy

On October 6, 2021, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton Andrews Kurth published a white paper on “Organizational Accountability in Data Protection Enforcement – How Regulators Consider Accountability in their Enforcement Decisions” (the “Paper ”).

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Modernizing Mahoning: Thousands of paper land records to be digitized via Vindy.com

IG Guru

The post Modernizing Mahoning: Thousands of paper land records to be digitized via Vindy.com appeared first on IG GURU. Check out the article here. Business IG News Information Governance Records Management Scanning Digital Scanning Vindy.com

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How to Store Paper Medical Records

Armstrong Archives

When it comes to keeping medical records, many providers choose to store paper records at their practice or on an offsite storage location. Recent years have seen growth of record digitization and electronic storage, but paper records remain a vital component of many medical practices.

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Transitioning customer communications from paper to digital

OpenText Information Management

So, OpenText teamed up with … The post Transitioning customer communications from paper to digital appeared first on OpenText Blogs. When it comes to customer communications, Millennials, we’re told, prefer text and social media messages to phone calls and email.

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Half of Orgs Use Web Application Firewalls to Paper Over Flaws

Dark Reading

WAFs remain a popular backfill for complex and fraught patch management

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Which Records Should We Retain in Paper? A Global Guide to Media, Location, and Transfer Compliance

ARMA International

Just tell me which records we must retain in paper! The purpose of this article is to provide records managers and IG professionals with guidance on determining which records they should retain in paper and which records may be retained electronically.

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Who is still using paper-based fax?

OpenText Information Management

In all, 44% of respondents say they use paper-based faxing. Not only that, but over a quarter of these users say … The post Who is still using paper-based fax? When was the last time you physically sent a fax?

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Paper Trail Absence May Still Plague 2020 Election

Dark Reading

The recommendation for paper ballots may go unheeded in all or part of at least 6 states in the next national election

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Paper Records vs. Electronic Records: Which Is Better For Your Business?

Armstrong Archives

Benefits of Paper Records. In many industries , the benefit of using paper records simply comes down to two things: consistency, and legal requirements.

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The First Step to Effective Working from Home: Digitize your Paper Documents

AIIM

But there’s a much more significant issue that will prevent many employees from being as effective as they possibly could be in their home offices: paper. But in this context, the key challenge is that your paper documents are at the office, where you can’t get to them.

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CIPL Submits Response to EU Commission’s AI White Paper

Hunton Privacy

On June 11, 2020, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton Andrews Kurth submitted its response (the “Response”) to the European Commission’s consultation regarding its white paper on “a European Approach to Excellence and Trust” on artificial intelligence (the “White Paper”).

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CIPL Submits White Paper on Data Subject Rights

Hunton Privacy

On July 8, 2020, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton Andrews Kurth submitted its White Paper (the “Paper”) as input for the European Data Protection Board’s (the “EDPB”) future guidelines on data subject rights (“DSRs”) (the “Guidelines”).

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The Best Way To Secure US Elections? Paper Ballots

Dark Reading

Voting machines that do not provide a paper trail or cannot be independently audited should immediately be removed, concludes a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

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How Much Do Schools Spend On Paper Per Year

Record Nations

Today, schools are still using enormous amounts of paper everyday. Papers are often are a valuable resource for students. However, there is an over consumption of paper throughout schools. The post How Much Do Schools Spend On Paper Per Year appeared first on Record Nations.

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Paper record confusion causes Metro to recertify all rail traffic controllers via Greater Greater Washington

IG Guru

Check out the post here. IG News Information Governance Records Management Greater Greater Washington Workflow

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Steps for Reducing Paper Waste

Archive Document Data Storage

Every year, millions of tonnes of paper is wasted in the UK, and businesses are the biggest culprits. In addition to wasting resources, paper waste also negatively impacts your company’s productivity and bottom line. Follow these steps to reduce paper waste in your business. Where a document purge helps you responsibly dispose of accumulated paper waste, ongoing shredding prevents it from building up too much in the first place.

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FAQ: Can I destroy a paper original after scanning?

The Texas Record

Both local governments and state agencies want to know if they ‘go paperless’ — if they digitize their essential records — can they get rid of the original paper or film copies? In general, we give a soft recommendation of at least 6 months before shredding the paper copies.

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