Rules for Keeping COVID-19 Records and Data for the Life of Crisis 

Sue Trombley

A potential new retention rule would require organizations to keep COVID-19 records and data for the life of the crisis. Listen to part two of this interview series as Kelly Matoney, Principal, Information Governance & Digital Solutions Professional Service at Iron Mountain, talks about the various guidance that federal agencies have provided around what to do and how to do it when it comes to disclosing and safeguarding personal data during a pandemic outbreak.

 

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