Improving Sustainability Through Information Governance


Leveraging Information Governance to Boost Sustainability offers a comprehensive exploration of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) frameworks through the lenses of people, process, and technology.

Delving into the intricacies of strategic alignment, management principles, and risk management, the book emphasizes the vital connection between ESG and organizational sustainability.

This book begins by elucidating the significance of ESG, core frameworks, and regulatory mandates. Part two delves into Information Governance (IG) elements such as data management, privacy, and security, alongside relevant ISO standards. The final section outlines strategies for applying IG standards to enhance ESG reporting and outcomes.

Advocating for integrating IG best practices to bolster organizational ESG compliance efforts, this book is a must-read for leaders seeking to navigate the evolving landscape of climate risk reporting and sustainability.


About the Author(s)

Phyllis Elin

Phyllis Elin has over three decades of senior information governance leadership as well as extensive IG consulting experience across a broad range of industries, including higher education, finance, healthcare, and the public sector.

Max Rapaport

Max Rapaport is an experienced commercial and regulatory attorney with expertise in the areas of information governance, data privacy (US/EU) and commercial intellectual property transactions.

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September 30, 2024





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