ICC Case Study: Reducing Risk whilst Processing Sensitive Data at High Speed
All public sector organisations are faced with the challenge of mitigating risk whilst dealing with sensitive data.
The vast amounts of information consumed by the International Criminal Court (ICC), from many disparate sources, make the task all the more daunting.
Solution: A satisfied long-term Records Manager customer, the ICC were keen to learn about ControlPoint and its ability to identify sensitive information and automatically classify data.
“We were surprised at how many sensitive records ControlPoint found across our file system”
This case study (2-minute read) details how the ICC has gained a better understanding of its information architecture, ensuring sensitive information is stored appropriately, and reducing duplication of records.
With just a 10-strong records and information management team able to support 1,200 ICC staff, download the case study to find out how deployment of ControlPoint has enabled the ICC to:
- Identify 30% of documents as redundant realising savings of approximately €150k
- Accelerate response to information requests, ensuring trials are not delayed
- Eliminate of risk from the proliferation of sensitive information
- Safeguard judicial records, ensuring security, retention, and accessibility
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