IA Primer: Content Security


Content Security: Enabling Collaboration While Managing Risk

Most organizations find that their ability to create and share content is out of sync with their ability to secure that content.

Content security often lacks the flexibility and dynamic nature that content creation and management enjoy.

A focus on and need to leverage and share content in order to maintain competitive standing requires more open approaches to access.  Yet compliance, ethical and legal concerns mandate closer scrutiny and controls over access.  Moreover, the proliferation of content and the potential for manipulation of content by non-authorized individuals, whether intentional or accidental, necessitates the need to authenticate and secure content.

This primer provides an in-depth look into practice and technology alternatives for securing enterprise content, without inhibiting the rightful sharing of the knowledge it represents.

This primer is a free download.

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“During a week long "Proving Ground" for Information Architecture and Taxonomy, Dan added delightful perspectives from his incredibly diverse knowledge to help illustrate the classic techniques and lighten the rather dry science of IA. In the classes and workshops I learned that formality and formula are a first step and beyond that it is about context and connecting ideas. The Proving Ground experience has helped me in several ECM, information management, and data governance projects. Since the class I’ve followed Dan's blogs and podcasts that prove he is a master at connecting the science to the art, and knows how to get to the heart of managing enterprise content and knowledge.”
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