Introducing our new book series on Evidential weight and legal admissibility of information stored electronically – Code of practice for the implementation of BS 10008
Information is central to today’s business world – and it presents a growing risk. Establishing the authenticity and integrity of electronic information is increasingly important. But digital media can be more perishable than paper, and there is continuing uncertainty about the legal acceptability of electronic information. So BSI has published a series of books by Peter Howes and Alan Shipman to help organizations manage electronic information reliably.
Part one of the series deals with stored information. It gives guidance on how to ensure the authenticity, integrity and availability of stored electronic information over long periods, especially through changes in technology where the integrity of information may be at risk. These factors become even more important when information may be used as evidence in disputes.
As a guide to good practice for setting up and running electronic storage systems, the book describes how your organization can:
The new fifth edition extends the scope of the fourth edition, to include information stored in a wider range of electronic systems. It has also been revised in light of updates to BS 10008 - which describes how information should be managed to ensure that it is demonstrably trustworthy - and the book can be considered a guide to implementing that standard.If you are involved in information storage, then this book has the information you need to cut risk and ensure reliability.
You might also be interested in:Purchase the standard: BS 10008:2014 Evidential weight and legal admissibility of electronic information - Specification describes how information should be managed to ensure that it is demonstrably trustworthy.
Part two - Evidential weight and legal admissibility of information transferred electronically – Code of practice for the implementation of BS 10008 covers the transfer of information stored in databases and other electronic systems and how to preserve their authenticity and integrity.
Part three - Evidential weight and legal admissibility of linking electronic identity to information – Code of practice for the implementation of BS 10008 addresses linking an electronic identity to information. It is particularly applicable where electronic identity attached to documents or information may be used in evidence in disputes inside and outside the legal system.
PDF Workbook - Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Electronic Information: Compliance Workbook for use with BS 10008
Hardcopy Workbook - Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility of Electronic Information: Compliance Workbook for use with BS 10008BIP 0142:2014 Evidential Weight and Legal Admissibility Collection - this collection comprises of all three publications above, the workbook and the BS 10008 standard
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