Shifting to Holistic Information Governance and Managing Information as an Asset

As companies store more and more data and increasingly rely on that data for a variety of purposes, they are starting to integrate data management into all aspects of the business.  In this interview with the Cybersecurity Law Report, Donna L. Wilson, a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips and co-chair of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security practice, discussed how companies should be implementing holistic information governance as part of enterprise risk management by stressing the importance to the board of directors, designating a corporate “conductor” to bring various stakeholders within the organization together, and conducting an internal inventory to understand what information assets the company has and needs to protect.  Wilson also commented on the efforts to share threat information between and among financial firms and law firms.

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