160124 – Records and Information Management
Records and Information Management introduces employees to the guidelines, principles, and best practices used to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of business records and information throughout their lifecycle.
Employees will learn what constitutes a physical and digital business record, when a business record is created, and how to handle, retain, and destroy records and information in compliance with organizational policies and procedures. Employees will gain insights into the importance of an effective records management program and are given direction on how to report actual or suspected records and information management violations.
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Key Terms: access | availability | business information | business records | calendars | confidential information | confidential organizational information | creation | data | data minimization | destroy | destruction | digital business record | disposal | document retention | electronic business records | electronic devices | handling | information management | integrity | legal holds | life cycle | litigation | metadata | monitoring | non-retaliation | physical business records | portable devices | preservation | preserve | proprietary information | record creation | record retention | records and information management (RIM) | records management | recycle | reporting | retain | retention policy | retention timeline | storing | third parties | third party | usability