New White Paper Published

Getting Information Done

Not if, But When You Get Hacked: Measuring and Proactively Managing Information Risk If this is true, then what are organizations to do? These increased cyber security threats corporations face today is a big concern for Board members and CEOs.

Coming Soon: My Next White Paper

Getting Information Done

Well, I am working on the sequel to last year’s paper and you won’t want to miss it. My next paper will address this question and provide a practical way forward

Girl’s Own Paper

Archives Blogs

The Digital Library Center has been busy loading material into DigiNole , and one of the most recent additions is the Girl’s Own Paper. Page from The Girl’s Own Paper Volume 2, Issue 61. This post is part of our series celebrating American Archives Month.

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It’s Here…My Next Thought Leadership Paper

Getting Information Done

Kill Your File Shares: A Roadmap to Reducing Your Biggest Information Risk This is my sequel to last year’s paper, Not if, But When You Get Hacked: Measuring and Proactively Managing Information Risk.

Paper 142

Best of TAB 2017 part 3: the top white papers

TAB OnRecord

In a four-part series, we are bringing you the top case studies, white papers, blog posts, and guides – all chosen by your records management colleagues! For part three of our series, we reveal the most popular white papers of the past year.

Inside Synthetic Fraud: New Industry White Paper

Rippleshot

To help keep FIs educated with the latest data available in the market — and share expert’s take on how this problem has been transforming — we’ve released a new white paper titled Inside Synthetic Fraud.

LC4: Another Pen-and-Paper Cipher

Schneier on Security

This paper defines the LC4 encryption and decryption algorithms, analyzes LC4's security, and describes a simple appliance for computing LC4 by hand. Almost two decades ago I designed Solitaire , a pen-and-paper cipher that uses a deck of playing cards to store the cipher's state.

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Two New Papers on the Encryption Debate

Schneier on Security

Seems like everyone is writing about encryption and backdoors this season. Policy Approaches to the Encryption Debate ," R Street Policy Study #133, by Charles Duan, Arthur Rizer, Zach Graves and Mike Godwin. Encryption Policy in Democratic Regimes ," East West Institute.

Free green paper: essential compliance guidance for the NIS Directive

IT Governance

IT Governance has produced a green paper that provides all the essential compliance information and guidance for UK organisations, based on the government’s consultation documents. The green paper provides expert advice on how to enhance your cyber resilience to comply with the Directive.

Paper 69

15 Top AIIM eBooks and White Papers in 2017

AIIM

Here are your Top AIIM White Papers from 2017! The votes are in.and here are the most popular AIIM eBooks and white papers and Tip Sheets from 2017. The Digital Office: Improving the Way We Work – White Paper (Bob Larrivee).

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

Paper 56

What Should our Company Do with Our Paper Files?

Armstrong Archives

Companies across all industries are transferring paper files into electronic versions on the computer. However, converting from paper into electronic is a time-consuming and tedious project. The post What Should our Company Do with Our Paper Files?

Paper 52

Reworking the McCloy Papers

Archives Blogs

McCloy Papers, one of our most heavily used collections. We swapped out all of the boxes in the McCloy Papers for new acid-free buffered boxes and replaced well-worn folders. McCloy Papers were given to Amherst College by McCloy through a deed of gift executed in July of 1985.

Paper 26

AIIM Webinar: Effectively Capturing Paper and Digital Documents in your Existing Applications

JKevinParker

SlideShare Deck: Effectively Capturing Paper and Digital Documents in your Existing Applications [AIIM Webinar] from Kevin Parker, CIP. YouTube Replay: In this webinar, we share best practices for the capturing of key information and data from paper and electronic documents and forms.

Document Scanning: Covering More Than Just Paper

Record Nations

The post Document Scanning: Covering More Than Just Paper appeared first on Record Nations. Document scanning services help companies across industries scan their paperwork into digitized copies.

Brexit White Paper Addresses Data Protection-Related Issues

Hunton Privacy

On July 12, 2018, British Prime Minister Theresa May presented her Brexit White Paper, “ The Future Relationship Between the United Kingdom and the European Union ,” (the “White Paper”) to Parliament. Read the full white paper.

The History of Paper Engineering

Archives Blogs

However, paper products with mechanical elements were originally created as tools used by adults. De Corporis Humani Fabrica Lirbri Septem (1543), a human anatomy book, pioneered the next form of paper engineering. The History of Little Fanny (1810) provided a new form of entertainment as the first paper-doll book with movable paper clothes. During this time Lothar Meggendorfer of Munich, Germany led the industry in innovative paper engineering techniques.

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6 Paper-Based Processes Killing Your Productivity

Docuware

Many enterprises waste time and money controlling and managing documents, but do you know where they would be if they could just get visibility into their paper-based processes

Paper 30

CIPL Issues Discussion Papers on the Central Role of Accountability in Data Protection

Hunton Privacy

On July 23, 2018, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP issued two new discussion papers on the Central Role of Organizational Accountability in Data Protection. The first discussion paper explains how accountability provides the necessary framework and tools for scalable compliance, fosters corporate digital responsibility beyond pure legal compliance, and empowers and protects individuals.

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Facebook Will Verify the Physical Location of Ad Buyers with Paper Postcards

Schneier on Security

It's not a great solution, but it's : The process of using postcards containing a specific code will be required for advertising that mentions a specific candidate running for a federal office, Katie Harbath, Facebook's global director of policy programs, said.

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Keep your professional services firm’s papers under wraps for GDPR compliance

IT Governance

Clear desk and clear screen policy – A clear desk policy for papers and removable storage media and a clear screen policy for information processing facilities shall be adopted.

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Green paper: DSP Toolkit and NIS Regulations: The impact for healthcare organisations

IT Governance

These days, organisations face a range of evolving cyber threats. The healthcare sector has a particularly hard time, as it needs to deal with more risks than most.

Paper 53

Measuring ROI for DMARC

Adam Shostack

Data Analysis economics measurement Reports and Data research papers SecurityI’m pleased to be able to share work that Shostack & Associates and the Cyentia Institute have been doing for the Global Cyber Alliance.

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Briefing paper to Peers in advance of the Committee Stage of the Data Protection Bill in the House of Lords [30 October 2017]

Data Protector

Your Lordships This bill has been eagerly awaited by data protection professionals, whose careers depend on its successful passage. Please don’t worry too much that the bill is so very hard to understand. It's the Government’s way of ensuring that a select band of privacy professionals will be offered very significant salaries to decipher its contents and recommend ways of complying with the key provisions.

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CIPL Issues White Paper on GDPR Implementation in Respect of Children’s Data and Consent

Hunton Privacy

On March 6, 2018, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton & Williams LLP issued a white paper on GDPR Implementation in Respect of Children’s Data and Consent (the “White Paper”). The White Paper sets forth guidance and recommendations concerning the application of GDPR requirements to the processing of children’s personal data. To read CIPL’s position on the points above, in addition to its other recommendations, please view the full White Paper.

CM Summit White Paper from 2007

John Battelle's Searchblog

It’s interesting to see the topics in the white paper come to life, including chestnuts like “Conversation Over Dictation,” “Platform Over Distribution,” “Engagement Over Consumption,” and “Iteration and Speed Over Perfection and Deliberation.”

What Should Businesses Do With Their Existing Paper Records?

Shoreline Records Management

Electronic files are more secure, have audit trails, can limit accessibility, have easy to manage destruction dates, can be viewed by multiple people at different locations, have multiple backups, and are easier to manage than paper files. With all this information being managed by HR, there is a lot of paper that can pile up quickly. Scanning paper records into an EMR allows a smooth transition to comprehensive patient chart management.

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Max Mosley threatens to sue papers over orgy story under data laws

The Guardian Data Protection

Former Formula One boss says references to ‘private party’ breach Data Protection Act Max Mosley is threatening to sue Britain’s three largest newspaper groups, claiming they are in breach of the Data Protection Act because they continue to refer to an infamous sadomasochistic orgy involving the former Formula One boss a decade ago.

Paper 68

Giving more context with artifacts: the Reubin Askew Papers

Archives Blogs

Often, it is the memorabilia and ephemera of a politician or public figure that offers the most insight into that individual’s life and work.

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Strange. You Never See Captain Kirk with a Stack of Paper

Docuware

Paper documents. Check out just about any science fiction movie or television show and you’re likely to see a few things. Flying cars. Check. Digital communicators. Check. Teleportation. Check. Not so fast. Cloud Enterprise Content Management

GDPR Guidance – European Data Protection Board Adopts Art. 29 Working Papers

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

Confirmation/endorsement of previous working papers and positions of Art. 29 Group had already published a whole series of working papers with application aids and interpretation notes on the new data protection regime before the GDPR actually became applicable. The corresponding overview of the position papers adopted from the EDPB can be found here. Companies should therefore be familiar with the position papers of Art.

BlackIoT Botnet: Can Water Heaters, Washers Bring Down the Power Grid?

Threatpost

Critical Infrastructure Hacks IoT academic research paper air conditioners Attacks blackiot botnet energy grid Internet of things madiot power grid USENIX water heatersIn testing, an Internet of Things (IoT) botnet of large, power-consuming appliances was used to carry out coordinated attacks on the energy grid.

Paper 57

Public interest journalism faces a serious threat from Paradise

The Guardian Data Protection

The offshore law firm at the heart of the Paradise Papers leak has chosen to sue in Britain for good – and worrying – reasons The Paradise Papers investigation into the dubious tax schemes of the world’s wealthiest inhabitants involved 96 media organisations across 67 countries. Press freedom Data protection Paradise Papers Law Media

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This is the old ChiefTech blog.: Articles & Papers

ChiefTech

Sunday, 20 May 2007 Articles & Papers This is a consolidated list of my articles and papers: Papers Dellow, J., Further Reading Articles and Papers Book Reviews and More Intranet 2.0 This is the old ChiefTech blog. Nice of you to drop in and visit. However, you need to come over and see my new blog at chieftech.com.au. ©2005-2009. ©2005-2009. Disclaimer: Information on this blog is of a general nature and represents my own independent opinion.

Paper 40

What to do With Paper Patient Charts When Transitioning to Electronic Medical Records

Shoreline Records Management

As Doctors across the country transition to Electronic Medical Record Systems, they’re confronted with a major decision, what do I do with my paper charts? Practices and Doctors have a few options to choose from: Continue to use the paper chart for all patient visits. Yes, Practices have the option to not implement an Electronic Medical Record System and continue to use paper charts like they always have.

Paper 25

Discovering the Path: The National Institutes of Health in the Claude Pepper Papers

Archives Blogs

Senator and House of Representative Claude Pepper was an exemplary public servant who was solely committed to unifying healthcare opportunities for all Americans regardless of socioeconomic status or ethnicity.

What Should Businesses Do With Their Existing Paper Records?

Shoreline Records Management

Electronic files are more secure, have audit trails, can limit accessibility, have easy to manage destruction dates, can be viewed by multiple people at different locations, have multiple backups, and are easier to manage than paper files. With all this information being managed by HR, there is a lot of paper that can pile up quickly. Scanning paper records into an EMR allows a smooth transition to comprehensive patient chart management.

Paper 20

State of Enterprise 2.0: The White Paper

Collaboration 2.0

The official white paper for this June’s Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston is now available for free download here, and was written by myself and Sameer Patel of the Sovos Group.Formerly the ‘Collaborative Technologies Conference’, the mid-decade name change reflected the distinction between the old order and Web 2.0’s ’s momentum.A major challenge for business leadership

Just Too Rich.Google Buys A Paper Mill.

John Battelle's Searchblog

so as to convert it into a data center. Sometimes truth is way better than anything you might try to make up

Paper 40

Guilty Pleas in Criminal Insider Breach Case

Data Breach Today

Paper Records Stolen From Hospital Storage Unit Insiders with access to paper records can pose a serious fraud threat, as recent guilty pleas in an Oklahoma healthcare case illustrate.

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(Credit, Oil, IT, and) Paper Ain't Free, So Don't Waste It.

John Battelle's Searchblog

Besides coded communication (ie, words, grammar, language), print has been fueled on one big premise: Waste paper. In a world where there was no alternative to paper-based communications, it made sense to waste paper. But the narratives paper once supported aren't dying.

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Without closure on the tax scandal, we aren’t quite in Paradise yet

The Guardian Data Protection

The Paradise and Panama Papers revelations are globally significant: but is data journalism on this scale too big for the news cycle to handle? Data journalism Paradise Papers Data protection Technology Newspapers & magazines Media Newspapers Digital mediaFrom Panama to Paradise to Perdition. Global issues like tax avoidance need global awareness and global answers. Here comes a network of 135 investigative reporters around the world toiling over seven long months.

Information Sharing is the Grease in Workplace Collaboration

Attensa

Collaboration Information Overload Knowledge Management Resources Uncategorized White PaperWe’ve written a new Point of View on how the smart delivery of highly relevant information can stimulate new ideas, accelerate projects and move them into new productive directions. You can download it here.