Information Governance and Assurance: Reducing Risk, Promoting Policy
192 pages • 6 x 9
This comprehensive textbook discusses the legal, organizational and ethical aspects of information governance and information security and their relevance to all aspects of information work.
From the researcher who is responsible for ethical practices in the gathering, analysis, and storage of data, to the reference librarian who must deliver unbiased information; from the records manager who must respond to information requests, to the administrator handling personnel files, this book will equip practitioners and students alike to implement good information governance practice in real-world situations.
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