Exterro was founded with the simple vision that applying the concepts of process optimization and data science to how companies manage digital information and respond to litigation would drive more successful outcomes at a lower cost. They remain committed to this vision today as they deliver a fully integrated Legal GRC platform that enables their clients to address their regulatory, compliance and litigation risks more effectively and at lower costs.
With software solutions that span privacy, legal operations, compliance, cybersecurity and information governance, Exterro helps some of the world’s largest organizations work smarter and more efficiently.
If organizations can wrest new insights from the data they harvest and process it can be a valuable business asset, but it has some serious limitations and can become a huge liability if they aren’t ensuring they are protecting the data.
The increasing number and complexity of privacy laws and continued emergence of compliant data use as a competitive differentiator have been the driving force for organizations to shift focus from tick-the-box compliance exercises to automated privacy solutions.
Today’s breach landscape is unprecedented and complex. Every organization is facing potential enforcement of many interconnected and overlapping laws in multiple jurisdictions, each with restrictive timelines. In this complex environment, it is not enough to have a response plan. Your organization needs a response system.
In today’s data drive world, legal and compliance professionals must know their organization’s data, meaning the legal department must clearly understand how to quickly find and access data requested for litigation, audits and investigations, and how to protect data in compliance with privacy laws.
Today’s breach landscape is unprecedented and complex. Every organization is facing potential enforcement of many interconnected and overlapping laws in multiple jurisdictions.
Addressing data retention is the surest way to mitigate risks and costs of a data breach. With numerous regulations such as GDPR and California’s ballot initiative CCPRA requiring organizations to provide up-to-date and enforced retention schedules, it’s more important than ever that your organization maintains compliant practices to minimize damages.
Establishing an effective data retention policy is a key step in managing and protecting one of your organization’s most valuable assets: it’s data.
Compliance with specific regulations—such as the California Consumer Privacy Act—has taken a back seat during the coronavirus pandemic to more pressing concerns, including videoconference pitfalls, making sure remote workers are operating securely, and coronavirus disclosure.
You’re in charge of mitigating risk and protecting your organization. But how do you develop the best strategy when you aren’t sure what your opponents’ plans are? Understand how to develop a strategy that meets compliance regulations, while mitigating inevitable legislation.