15 Oct Defensible Destruction 102: How to Create a Defensible Process
Destroying records inappropriately can land any organization in hot water. For example, getting rid of a record that is subject to regulatory retention requirements or a legal hold can lead to serious consequences. That means it’s important to ensure that organizations enforce a “defensible” and responsible approach to disposing of records, as we discussed in our first article in this series, “Defensible Destruction 101: What Every Records Manager Needs to Know.” Today, we’re going to dig a little deeper into this topic and lay out a step-by-step plan for creating a defensible destruction process.
Read the full post on our TransAccessDM blog.