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BIP 0009:2008

Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Electronic Information. Compliance Workbook for Use with BS 10008

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Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Electronic Information. Compliance Workbook for Use with BS 10008

Alan Shipman and Peter Howes

This workbook will assist in the evaluation of an information management system for compliance with BS 10008.

It is written to help businesses compile an historical audit trail of compliance.

When completed the workbook should be stored on the information management system under the same conditions as other information stored on the system.

The fourth edition of the compliance workbook, Evidential weight and legal admissibility of electronic information for Use with BS 10008 has been published alongside the fourth edition of the Codes of Practice (CoP) Parts 1–3 and the British standard BS 10008. The workbook is written as a companion to the standard and three books.

This latest edition enables a comprehensive assessment to be made of the user’s information management system for conformity with BS 10008 and, subsequently, with the CoP books, and to help identify which of the three parts of the CoP are relevant to a system.

The Workbook has a clear layout divided into sections which contain a number of questions, the answers to which show whether or not the organization is complying with the requirements of BS 10008.

Some sections can be left out if they are not relevant to the information management system being assessed. In these cases, a question at the start of a section is asked to determine whether there is a need to answer the detailed questions within the rest of the section. Conditional questions are indented.

Some questions will not be relevant to specific applications. This should be indicated by the presence of a tick in the Not Applicable (N/A) box next to the relevant question, and the basis of the ‘not relevant’ decision should be documented and referenced in the workbook.

Guidance for implementing BS 10008:2008 is given in three Codes of Practice book, Parts 1, 2 and 3 (see book information below).

Whilst access to the Codes of Practice is not required during completion of this workbook, although familiarity with it is assumed. Reference should be made to the Codes of Practice where the applicability and/or meaning of a question needs amplification

The book will be of interest to information management systems and ICT professionals.

Contents of the Workbook for BS10008 include:

  • Introduction
  • Planning the information management system
  • Implementing and operating the information management system
  • Monitoring and reviewing the information management system
  • Maintaining and improving the information management system.

Format: A4 ringbinder.

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About the author

Alan Shipman is Managing Director and Principal Consultant for Group 5 Training Limited. He has been involved in Document Imaging Standards for over 20 years, specialising in user aspects. Alan is Chairman of the BSI Document Imaging Applications committee, convenor of the ISO Document Imaging Quality sub-committee and a member of the UKAIIM Standards Committee. He received the Master of Information Technology award from the Association of Information and Image Management International in 1998, and was awarded their Standards Excellence Award in 1999.

Alan has presented BSI Training Workshops on the practical implementation of BIP 0008, as well as speaking on the subject at events in the information management, archives and records management fields and also at industry specific events in educational, engineering, health care, financial, legal, local government and system supplier fields.

Alan was called as an expert witness in the House of Lords Select Committee considering Digital Images as Evidence, whose report was published in 1998.

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Standard NumberBIP 0009:2008
TitleEvidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Electronic Information. Compliance Workbook for Use with BS 10008
StatusCurrent
Publication Date12 December 2008
Cross ReferencesBIP 0008-1:2008, BIP 0008-2:2008, BIP 0008-3:2008, BS 10008:2008, BS ISO/IEC 27001
ReplacesBIP 0009-1:2004, BIP 0009-3:2006, BIP 0009-2:2006
DescriptorsData processing, Management, Legal documents, Documents, Legal procedures, Law, Electronic storage, Data handling, Information exchange, Quality assurance, Data security, Verification, Handbooks, Data management, Records management IT and Information Management: Information and Knowledge Management
ICS03.160
35.240.30
CommitteeZBIP/2
ISBN978 0 580 64018 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages66
File Size1.227 MB
Price£45.00


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