About the Compliance Guy
Hi, my name is Gary Rylander. I am CEO of Strategic Governance Solutions. Until recently, I ran the eDiscovery & Records Management Practice in IBM Global Business Services Risk and Compliance Practice. Welcome!
Please feel free to contact me regarding my services in Risk and Compliance, eDiscovery, Records Management, Enterprise Content Management and Business Transformation.
Nothing in this blog should be construed as legal or professional advice, since I am not a lawyer and compliance advice must be particular to your situation, not gleaned off a blog.
Author Archives: Gary Rylander
I have not blogged for a couple of months as I have been swamped getting my new company off the ground. We have signed a couple of large deals and I have hired staff. One of the projects is a … Continue reading
Per a new article in the Duke Law Review: “E-discovery sanctions are at an all-time high. We identified 230 sanction awards in 401 cases involving motions for sanctions relating to the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) in federal courts … Continue reading
Doug Cornelius, attorney and author of the blog Compliance Building, seems to have a conclusion similar to mine on the causes and likely outcome of the mortgage mess, i.e., the mess will be cleaned up but mortgage servicing processes and … Continue reading
The Mortgage Mess: Information Governance was not the cause, but will likely be part of the solution
I have not blogged in a couple of months due to being swamped with the startup of my new company Strategic Governance Solutions, but the headlines of the past week about the abrupt, wholesale failure of the real estate foreclosure … Continue reading
Approximately one year since the release of the Obama administration’s Financial Reform Blueprint, the new baby bill has been born and will shortly be signed into law. Two excellent resources to understand the new bill ( a set of slides … Continue reading
New SEC Consolidated Audit Trail Requirements: Implications for Financial Services Firms and Vendors
As has been widely predicted by many observers, including yours truly, new financial industry records management requirements are about to be promulgated by federal regulators. When I wrote about this in April, I thought the catalyst for the new regulations … Continue reading