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Topic: Compliance

What Does a Retention Schedule Detail?

What Does a Retention Schedule Detail?

The United States requires employers to maintain a range of documents for a set period before they can be properly disposed of. HR departments need to know what a retention schedule detail, how long to keep employee files, and form a record retention schedule to ensure compliance with several Federal Government laws. Your HR records […]
Why Hard Drive Destruction is Valuable and Benefits Your Business?

Why Hard Drive Destruction is Valuable and Benefits Your Business?

Identity theft, loss of sensitive information, and millions of dollars in damages are some consequences of criminals gaining access to your business’s data. ConsumerAffairs said consumer identity theft had soared 584% in the last twenty years, which should put the threat in perspective. Your business plays a vital role in protecting your customers’ information. And […]
Records Management Regulations California Businesses Need to Know

Records Management Regulations California Businesses Need to Know

California businesses can no longer afford to push records management compliance to the back burner. Here’s what you need to know »
Record Retention Guidelines: How Long Should You Keep Documents? (Free Downloadable Guide)

Record Retention Guidelines: How Long Should You Keep Documents? (Free Downloadable Guide)

Accumulating records and documents can pose a dilemma for individuals and businesses, as it can be difficult to determine how long to retain them before disposing of them. However, keeping records for too long can lead to cluttered spaces and excessive storage expenses, while disposing of them too soon may expose legal and financial risks. […]
Do’s & Dont’s For Shredding Documents

Do’s & Dont’s For Shredding Documents

What you need to know about Proper Document Shredding Crimes such as identity theft, business espionage and financial fraud are on the rise. To protect personal and sensitive information pertaining to your business, in-house or off-site document shredding is a must. Consider these dos and don’ts.
Overview of HIPAA Compliance

Overview of HIPAA Compliance

What is HIPAA and what does it stand for HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. It is a federal law that was enacted to protect the privacy of individuals’ protected health information (PHI), which includes medical records, billing information, and other personal health-related data. It also sets standards for […]
5-Step CPRA Employee Training Guide for Records Managers

5-Step CPRA Employee Training Guide for Records Managers

This five step guide explains what CPRA employee training should include and how to implement the training to ensure compliance for the upcoming year.
How Corodata Helps Businesses Comply With CPRA’s Data Subject Access Requests

How Corodata Helps Businesses Comply With CPRA’s Data Subject Access Requests

Many ways that Corodata already secures and manages files also make it easier to reply to Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) and comply with the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA).
Get Ready for the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

Get Ready for the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

California consumers get another layer of privacy protection when the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) goes into effect next year. Get ready by beefing up your existing CCPA compliance checklist.
5 Things CA Companies Must Know About Information Governance in 2022

5 Things CA Companies Must Know About Information Governance in 2022

Do more with your information this year! These five tips will help you use your info to achieve better regulatory compliance, more solid customer and employee trust, and greater business value.