With a few exceptions, all data has an end-of-life point. When this time comes, the decision on how to dispose of this data, whether it be destroying, mining or archiving it, is a process called defensible disposition. The key to a successful defensible disposition strategy relies on an organization’s defensible record retention schedules and the process in which the decision is executed.
However, many Canadian organizations face barriers to successful defensible disposition such as decision paralysis, information hoarding, conflicting data and more. This can lead to a number of issues such as exposure to data breaches or violation of local privacy laws. Iron Mountain can help.
Download our whitepaper, The ABCs of Defensible Disposition, to learn more about defensible disposition from what a good record retention schedule should look like to who should be involved in defensible disposition and how to overcome common barriers such as the ones listed previously. Download today!
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