Rachael Greaves

Interviews with CEO Rachael Greaves

In IDM Magazine’s latest edition, CEO Rachael Greaves was interviewed about AI-powered records management (starting on page 38).  IDM: Will COVID-19 lead to a new paradigm for managing information and compliance?RG: We hope so. Traditional methods of controlling information have not been effective for a long time. Data is growing at exponential rates, and regulatory …

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Statement from the Director-General of the National Archives of Australia

David Fricker, Director-General of the NAA has released a statement about the management of government records during the COVID-19 period. Decisions being made by government to protect the health of Australians and to secure the country’s social, economic and cultural wellbeing will affect the daily lives of millions of people. It is essential that these …

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Castlepoint is a Finalist for the RegTech Association Awards 2020

We are very excited to be announced as Finalists for both the Australian RegTech of the Year Award and the RegTech Female Founder Award, to be announced at the RegTech Association RegTech Awards in March. The RegTech Association is an incredibly important group in Australia, where the RegTech sector is growing rapidly. The Association has …

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Office 365 Retention Labels – can it work?

Microsoft continues to evolve the Office 365 service to meet governance, compliance and regulatory requirements across the globe. The Microsoft compliance page is filled with lists of compliance statements and evidence organised by geographic location, regulation, policy and standard. One of the compliance areas that Microsoft is improving is Records Management, in particular being able …

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How can we handle regulatory change?

As compliance specialists, information and security managers are accountable for applying the organisation’s obligations to their regulated data. This means Records Authorities, Acts, Regulations, government policies, and international standards. We can build systems to comply with those obligations – but what happens when the rules change? The Thompson Reuters Cost of Compliance Report 2019 found …

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Can you do good records management if you don’t do good security management?

The New South Wales Audit Office has just criticised 40 of the largest NSW government agencies for failures in their information governance. The Department of Education, NSW Police, Treasury and Service NSW were all found to have shortfalls in both records management and the security management of their high-risk data. Two of the findings common …

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The inevitability of automation

Visit iDM Magazine for our latest article on trends in information regulation affecting organisations – and what this means for traditional records management. The drive to automate comes partly from Federal government (the Department of Finance recommended a move to automation in 2015), but mostly from the impracticality of continuing to register, sentence and dispose …

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