Systems are not “functioning they way the business thought it would.
The business group is still obligated to meet compliance issues and after build there is no “easy” way to comply.
Adding controls when there is gigabytes, terabytes or pedabytes of data is extremely difficult
RIM controls not designed into the build out. Solution Bring RIM into the discussion at the design of a system. RIM need to learn and become familiar with the technology options available and how they will impact compliance.
Laws are written years after the technology may have been implemented.
Rules can be written that technology can NOT apply or automate.
Increased costs and risks.
Increased litigation exposure.
Current Driving Forces, Risks and Success Factors Current Drivers Risk/Impact Success Factors More and more information is only in electronic format. Information retention requirements outlast technology solutions. Growth in electronic information volume increases complexity of managing, finding, and using information E-information needed for litigation and retention for global companies may not be accessible for long periods of time. Realistic retention requirements and categorization that is consistently enforced. Information classification and metadata governance models.
Current Driving Forces, Risks and Success Factors Current Drivers Risk/Impact Success Factors Increased likelihood that intellectual capital is lost. Increased litigation around the globe with varying rules for privacy and access. Increased litigation to defend patents and income. Increased need for legal teams across the globe as well as discovery teams to process more and more information increasing costs. Surgical approach to determining relevance. Information security has the appropriate controls and information security classification is clearly defined. Enterprise search tools applied.