To effectively manage information, organizations require codified and well-described Information Policies. With GlassIG, every Policy is defined, at a minimum, by the following attributes: Policy description, Unique code, Policy status (indicates when a policy is approved), Effective date, Domain of application (geography, business unit or jurisdiction), and Information lifecycles (period or event-based, with multiple milestones, including those related to storage, content indexing, and metadata).
To show that your organization has implemented a Legally Defensible Disposition program, your Policies must be mapped to your legal and regulatory requirements. Our customers ensure compliance by aligning categories of corporate information to applicable legal and regulatory requirements. With GlassIG, you can define the library of laws, then associate each law to one or more policies. This process is the foundation of a defensible deletion regimen for all your sensitive and high-risk / value information classes.
The policies should be shared throughout the organization so that the employees can understand their
responsibilities and comply with published policies. With GlassIG, you share the Policy definitions with the organization or publish it on an Intranet or similar collaboration space.