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data retention

Storing data for backup and historical purposes. See backup software, archive, disaster recovery and litigation hold.
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Yaana is a global provider of Intelligent Compliance Solutions including compliance request management systems, data retention and analytics systems, lawful interception systems and a variety of cybersecurity mediation systems.
Users must be aware of the type of data collected, reason for collection, duration of data retention, and whether data will be shared with third party or not.
Some firms also emphasized the need for guidance on best practices in information security and privacy, including data retention.
Three appeal judges yesterday said the Act was inconsistent with EU law because it allowed data retention where its use was "not restricted solely to fighting serious crime".
The initial charge when programmed must be sufficiently high to allow for this leakage while still guaranteeing the full 10 years' data retention capability.
"We have seen press reports suggesting that the European Commission is 'threatening to take Germany to court' over concerns regarding its national data retention law," said the Commission in the statement.
Rubrik extends its r300 Series by introducing the r348 Hybrid Cloud Appliance, which is optimized for larger environments or those requiring longer data retention. The r348 is a 2U unit with four x86 nodes that protects up to 300+ TB of data and comes pre-configured with Rubrik Converged Data Management.
Two judges in London declared the 2014 Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (Dripa), which permits the interception and retention of information from phone and internet communications, "inconsistent with EU law".
A judge in The Hague recently struck down the Netherlands' data retention law, saying that it breaches the privacy of telephone and Internet users.
The Dutch Implementation of the Data Retention Directive: On the Storage and Use of Telephone and Internet Traffic Data for Crime Investigation Purposes
BRUSSELS, July 16 (KUNA) -- The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) Wednesday criticised the UK government's "hasty move " to rush through a controversial data retention law that will allow the government to have greater control of personal data of citizens and journalists.

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