Records Management Standards

Records Management Standards
Data that doesn’t exist can’t be breached.

Leverage world-class retention rules and eliminate unnecessary data in 45 days.

Companies must systematically dispose of data once they have fulfilled regulatory and business obligations. GDPR, NY DFS and other cybersecurity laws up the ante because the most severe and broad breaches hit companies that have retained 10 to 20 times more data than they should have had.


Records Management Standards enables you to launch an effective and defensible records retention and disposition program in just 45 days. You’ll have proven retention rules built on best practices, all the necessary policy documentation and implementation standards to defensibly delete unnecessary records and data. And our professional services team helps you every step of the way.

Our web-based technology allows you to quickly establish, deploy and enforce a records program that has been proved by hundreds of companies worldwide. With our solution your will be able to meet your regulatory obligations while creating a repeatable and effective workflow for disposing of information, litigation holds, employees awareness and compliance, offsite records and overall diligence. It covers all the essential elements needed for a practical, best practice records retention program.

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More than 1,000 companies have relied on us to implement defensible retention programs. We help you launch a world-class program and dispose of obsolete data in 45 days.


Retention rules only work If you deploy and enforce them. We provide actionable email retention guidelines and deletion strategies for all media types.


Meet your obligations to minimize data using proven, industry-specific retention rules that are tailored to meet your business needs.


Communicate your policies, security guidelines, program reminders, disposal notices and legal holds to the right people with a compliance-verified process.

Trusted by over 1,000 companies for 30 years.


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