Putting a Plan in Place: How the Business and IT Can Work Together to Build a Data Retention Plan

2017-02-06_grc_retentionSAPinsider GRC Special Edition, Fall 2016 A data retention policy is the first step in protecting an organization’s data against financial, civil, and criminal penalties. But a policy is only effective when it is put into action. Many companies spend time developing and reviewing retention policies, but have little knowledge of how to apply those polices to the electronic data in their SAP systems or how to remain compliant as retention requirements change over time. Departments such as legal, finance, and HR must have a strong understanding of how retention requirements apply to the business — but they are not alone. The IT department needs to know how and when to apply those retention rules to electronic data. Read James Baird's latest article on how to reduce risk in your organization by putting a data retention policy in place. Download_PDF

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Putting a Plan in Place: How the Business and IT Can Work Together to Build a Data Retention Plan

2017-02-06_grc_retentionSAPinsider GRC Special Edition, Fall 2016

A data retention policy is the first step in protecting an organization’s data against financial, civil, and criminal penalties. But a policy is only effective
when it is put into action. Many companies spend time developing and reviewing retention policies, but have little knowledge of how to apply those polices to the electronic data in their SAP systems or how to remain compliant as retention requirements change over time.

Departments such as legal, finance, and HR must have a strong understanding of how retention requirements apply to the business — but they are not alone. The IT department needs to know how and when to apply those retention rules to electronic data.

Read James Baird’s latest article on how to reduce risk in your organization by putting a data retention policy in place.

Download_PDF