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Information Governance – What We Can Do

The Sedona Conference defines Information Governance as “a coordinated, inter-disciplinary approach to satisfying information compliance requirements and managing information risks while optimizing information value.” (The Sedona Conference Commentary on Information Governance, December 2013).  At the heart of Information Governance is the acknowledgement that information can be both a significant asset and a significant liability for organizations.  By creating a “coordinated, inter-disciplinary approach” to addressing information, organizations can establish balance between the demands of stakeholders who seek to find value in and exploit “Big Data” and the real-world concerns of those inside and outside the organization charged with managing information risk. 

Zelle’s Information Law practitioners include nationally-recognized thought leaders in this growing area who work with clients to develop a specialized, integrated Information Governance program, or further develop and mature existing programs. 

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