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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How to Eliminate Paper Processes

AIIM

Despite the proven operational improvements to be gain by going paperless, paper is still prevalent in too many core business processes today including loan applications, insurance claims, and customer onboarding. Steps to Eliminate Paper. NOW is the Time to Break Free of Paper.

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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."

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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

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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.

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."

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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.

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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.

Paper 74

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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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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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.

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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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.

Paper 99

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.

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.

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

Tips For Writing a Paper For Students

Cllax

A research paper tests your scholarly astuteness. It explains why writing a paper at any level is such an intense undertaking. The post Tips For Writing a Paper For Students first appeared on Cllax - Top of IT.

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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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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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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.

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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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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CIPL Publishes White Paper on How the Legitimate Interest Ground for Processing Enables Responsible Data Use and Innovation

Hunton Privacy

On July 2, 2021, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton Andrews Kurth published a white paper on How the Legitimate Interest Ground for Processing for Processing Enables Responsible Data Use and Innovation (the “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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Michigan Supreme Court to hear challenge to UM over anti-immigration activist’s papers via the Detroit News

IG Guru

The post Michigan Supreme Court to hear challenge to UM over anti-immigration activist’s papers via the Detroit News appeared first on IG GURU. Check out the article here.

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DOCUMENT RECOVERY FOR BOOKS, PAPERS, AND FILES AFTER FLOODS, FIRES, AND WATER DAMAGE via Polygon

IG Guru

Helpful tips from Polygon on how to recover books, papers, and files after natural disasters. The post DOCUMENT RECOVERY FOR BOOKS, PAPERS, AND FILES AFTER FLOODS, FIRES, AND WATER DAMAGE via Polygon appeared first on IG GURU.

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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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How to safeguard paper medical records

TAB OnRecord

The post How to safeguard paper medical records appeared first on TAB Records Management Blog | TAB OnRecord. These days, most of the discussion about medical records involves the “big” issues like privacy and electronic health records. While these are certainly challenging issues that require much discussion and planning, we have found that basic safeguarding of medical records can get overlooked. In all the discussion about privacy security, it is essential to take care of the basics.

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Efficient Paper Filing – Centralization Part 3: Filing Controls

TAB OnRecord

The post Efficient Paper Filing – Centralization Part 3: Filing Controls appeared first on TAB Records Management Blog | TAB OnRecord. Today’s post is the last installment in our three-part series on centralizing physical records and creating a “paperlite” environment.

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Designing Contact-Tracing Apps

Schneier on Security

Uncategorized academic papers COVID-19 geolocation medicine privacy smartphonesSusan Landau wrote an essay on the privacy, efficacy, and equity of contract-tracing smartphone apps. Also see her excellent book on the topic.

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Managing Legacy Paper Files in the Digital Era

ARMA International

Addressing your organization’s legacy paper files and capturing them in your digital information ecosystem may feel like a daunting task. As discussed in our recent white paper , capture is the first step in the information lifecycle and is essential for achieving digital transformation and enabling the strategic alignment of information activities envisioned by information governance (IG). Break Down a Scanning Project by Prioritizing Which Paper Files Should Be Captured First.

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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. Interesting symmetric cipher: LC4 : Abstract: ElsieFour (LC4) is a low-tech cipher that can be computed by hand; but unlike many historical ciphers, LC4 is designed to be hard to break.

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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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New White Paper Published

Getting Information Done

This new white paper sponsored by Active Navigation , discusses steps to assess these information risks with the goal of creating an Information Governance Scorecard and provides recommendations for establishing proactive monitoring of these risks as a vital first step to reduce the organization’s risk profile. Not if, But When You Get Hacked: Measuring and Proactively Managing Information Risk If this is true, then what are organizations to do?

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So I Scanned My Papers, but What’s Next?

Record Nations

It also reduces the amount of papers around your space. The post So I Scanned My Papers, but What’s Next? Document scanning helps to eliminate the risk of identity theft. There are many things you could do after the documents are scanned, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. In this video, learn more about what to do after scanning the documents. This can include […]. appeared first on Record Nations. Document Scanning

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Paper and the Case for Going Low-Tech in the Voting Booth

WIRED Threat Level

When considered as a form of tech, paper has a killer feature set: It’s intuitive, it doesn’t crash, and it doesn’t need a power source. Security

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Off the Record: Digitization & Legacy Paper Records

The Texas Record

“ Managing Legacy Paper Files in the Digital Era “- ARMA Magazine. In this article, ARMA addresses how to go about integrating legacy paper records into your electronic records management system. Their argument is that analog and paper records are essentially “dark” records – they are not discoverable in the same way as e-records.

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How Much Paper Schools Use & How Much It Costs Them

Record Nations

While it might not seem like passing out worksheets in a single classroom is an unusually large amount of paper to use, once you start taking factors like the number of classrooms in the school, the days in the school year, and the overall number of schools in the US into consideration, the numbers on […]. The post How Much Paper Schools Use & How Much It Costs Them appeared first on Record Nations.

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Iron Mountain Digital Mailroom Gives Paper Mail a Digital Makeover

InfoGoTo

Paper mail is still critical to the way businesses operate: 80% of companies still use paper checks, 70% of invoices travel by postal mail and 40% are sent by fax.

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