Information Governance Reference Model

A graphically depicted practical framework that includes risk and profit considerations for the business, legal, informational technology, records and information management (RIM), and privacy and security functions of an organization. IGRM enables organizations to establish IG programs that more effectively deal with the rising volume and diversity of information and the risks, costs, and complications this presents. IGRM is most frequently used to facilitate dialogue and combine disparate information stakeholders and perspectives across legal, records, information technology, and business organizations.

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