David White


Articles:

  • Tuesday, March 7, 2017
    The role of corporate counsel has been rapidly evolving in the past few years. The scope of responsibilities has expanded beyond legal administrative tasks to include companywide risk management, cost control, regulatory compliance and other areas that affect the company’s reputation and bottom line. Data privacy and security, which used to sit...
  • Thursday, February 2, 2017
    Information management is no longer just an administrative service. It has become an organizational endeavor in asset management and compliance. The columns collected here explore the impacts of unchecked data growth on corporate compliance and review the steps that can be taken to signifcantly reduce compliance risk. Please view the flipbook below! (You...
  • Tuesday, January 31, 2017
    Information management is no longer just an administrative service. It has become an organizational endeavor in asset management and compliance. The columns collected here explore the impacts of unchecked data growth on corporate compliance and review the steps that can be taken to signifcantly reduce...
  • Thursday, December 29, 2016
    Over the past year I have used this column to explore the various topics relating to Information Lifecycle Governance (ILG). ILG means many different things to different people. Ask 10 people for a definition and you are likely to get at least a dozen different answers. This lack of consensus is not all that surprising since ILG is still relatively immature...
  • Monday, December 5, 2016
    The Dark Web is a term that has been getting a lot of attention in corporate boardrooms and media outlets as of late. The general preconception of the Dark Web is that it’s a seedy underground digital hiding place for drug dealers, assassins, cybercriminals and pedophiles, which isn’t far from the truth. For this reason, security researchers and...
  • Friday, November 4, 2016
    It has been a year since the Safe Harbor framework was invalidated by the European Court of Justice. That framework allowed U.S. companies that registered with the Federal Trade Commission to legitimately transfer data from EU member countries to the U.S. At the time the Safe Harbor was invalidated, about 4,000 U.S. companies were registered under the...
  • Wednesday, September 28, 2016
    New anti-graft laws that were promulgated by President Park Geun-hye on March 26, 2015 will take effect in South Korea this month.[1] Consistent with other efforts around the globe to combat corruption, the new legislation prohibits the transfer of value to any public servants, employees of public offices and state agencies, teachers, or journalists in...
  • Wednesday, August 31, 2016
    Regulators around the globe have been stepping up anti-corruption compliance efforts. The past few years have seen a marked uptick in both formal inquiries and legal actions related to money laundering and bribery, with regulators demanding increased access to company records. Given their global scope, the costs of responding can be enormous. For example,...
  • Friday, July 1, 2016
    Information technology departments across all industries face enormous pressure to control costs and reduce their budgets. At the same time, they’re coping with the massive growth of data to store on IT systems and data servers. This had led to a mass migration of data to cloud-based storage systems run by third-party service providers. These systems...
  • Thursday, May 26, 2016
    Bank robbery used to be a very simple affair. All you needed were a few fast horses, a handful of men or women who were quick on the draw, and some black hats and bandanas to hide behind. Since these attacks were purely physical, banks had simple defenses. Strong vaults and locks kept the money relatively safe. In today’s world of digital wire...