Posts Tagged ‘security’

New Study Accentuates Challenge of Enterprise Data Protection

New Study Accentuates Challenge of Enterprise Data Protection

The study explores how issues of data security and privacy impact in-house legal teams at Fortune 1000 corporations and reveals the top concerns and emerging best practices across three key and intersecting topics: the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), IG and data security and remediation.


Google, AMP, and Email: An Interactive Addition to ESI

Google, AMP, and Email: An Interactive Addition to ESI

Frederic Lardinois of TechCrunch highlights a new and interesting approach to email from Google, AMP for Email. Available for developers who request preview access, this new approach appears to be another example of the increasing capability and complexity of electronically stored information.


Jeff Price on Getting the Most Out of eDiscovery Technology

Jeff Price on Getting the Most Out of eDiscovery Technology

Perhaps the biggest obstacle preventing attorneys from using modern technology in their eDiscovery practice is they simply don’t realize what exists and is currently available.


The Big Bang for Alternative Legal Services Providers

The Big Bang for Alternative Legal Services Providers

The ALSPs market is now sufficiently developed that GCs are demonstrating increased trust by using ALSPs for the delivery of certain tasks as a matter of course.


Jared Coseglia on ESI Elephant Hunting

Jared Coseglia on ESI Elephant Hunting

Jared Coseglia is one of the most talented business leaders and communicators in the eDiscovery ecosystem. In the following extract from a recent article of his (Top 10 Predictions for the E-Discovery and Cybersecurity Job Market in 2018) he concisely articulates an example of the growing gulf between the haves and have-nots in the eDiscovery provider world.


7 Crucial Steps to Improved Internal Investigations

7 Crucial Steps to Improved Internal Investigations

When allegations of misconduct are raised, leadership should quickly turn its attention to an internal investigation. Depending on the nature of the supposed wrongdoing, the matter may need to be investigated quickly. But a haphazard investigation won’t do. Jeffrey Klink offers seven steps to a successful investigation.


Security vs. Speed: The Risk of Rushing to the Cloud

Security vs. Speed: The Risk of Rushing to the Cloud

“What’s happening in the move to the cloud has happened in the tech industry from the beginning,” says Michael Landewe, Avanan co-founder and VP of business development. “People move to new tech based on new features and capabilities. Security always follows.”


[Opinion] Ensuring that Email Data is Compliant with GDPR Regulations

[Opinion] Ensuring that Email Data is Compliant with GDPR Regulations

The countdown is on. With less than four months until the General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect, time is ticking for businesses to get their email security and archive solutions ready.


NIST Issues “Blockchain Technology Overview”

NIST Issues “Blockchain Technology Overview”

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a report titled “Blockchain Technology Overview.” The report is intended to provide a high-level technical overview and discusses the application of blockchain technology to electronic currency in depth as well as broader applications.


Logikcull Raises $25 Million to Continue Making Discovery Instant for Everyone

Logikcull Raises $25 Million to Continue Making Discovery Instant for Everyone

Logikcull, the cloud-based discovery platform on a mission to make discovery instant and accessible for everyone, today announced that it has raised an additional $25 million in a round led by New Enterprise Associates (“NEA”), with participation from existing investors OpenView Venture Partners and Storm Ventures.


2017 Year-End E-Discovery Update (Gibson Dunn)

2017 Year-End E-Discovery Update (Gibson Dunn)

The consolidation among medium-sized and large e-discovery service providers, usually financed by private equity funding, that has been going on for several years now only seemed to accelerate more in 2017. It is not apparent whether this consolidation is fundamentally altering the market for e-discovery services, other than to possibly result in greater stability in the space once all of the M&A dust settles.


Too Many Law Firms Are Still Fighting the Last War: “2018 Report on the State of the Legal Market”

Too Many Law Firms Are Still Fighting the Last War: “2018 Report on the State of the Legal Market”

Law firms have spent much of the past decade fortifying themselves against anticipated challenges. But strategies based on how the market has behaved in the past may be leaving many firms unprepared for the rapid transformations that are sweeping the legal industry.


Data Maps and Data Inventories

Data Maps and Data Inventories

Although the questions that a data map tries to solve are relatively straightforward, the process of conducting a data map can be daunting for many organizations.


The Paradox of Cloud Data: It Saves Money, But Can Be Costly, Too

The Paradox of Cloud Data: It Saves Money, But Can Be Costly, Too

Think of the irony. Not too long ago, the cloud was seen as a risky place to store and manage enterprise data. Now, with cloud increasingly seen as the safest place to move data, too much data may be getting moved offsite.


Norton Rose Fulbright 2017 Litigation Trends Annual Survey

Norton Rose Fulbright 2017 Litigation Trends Annual Survey

On average, a legal department spends 30 percent of its budget in-house; however, spending on disputes as a proportion of the organization’s revenue is least when its internal spend is between 41 percent and 60 percent of overall budget.


Estonia, the Digital Republic

Estonia, the Digital Republic

E-Estonia is the most ambitious project in technological statecraft today, for it includes all members of the government, and alters citizens’ daily lives. The normal services that government is involved with—legislation, voting, education, justice, health care, banking, taxes, policing, and so on—have been digitally linked across one platform, wiring up the nation.


Businesses Must Limit Data To Manage Litigation Costs Better

Businesses Must Limit Data To Manage Litigation Costs Better

Managing eDiscovery in the age of distributed data, mobile devices, and explosive data growth is complicated. But companies can take steps to minimise their data, cutting costs and making litigation more efficient.


The Boundary Layer Between Law and Technology in the Connected Society

The Boundary Layer Between Law and Technology in the Connected Society

There’s an interesting dynamic when a new technology emerges. As human beings, our instinct is to get excited about the technology, to think about how it can make our lives better and more interesting. What we think much less about are the implications of this new technology. How might it change our lives in ways that we don’t necessarily consider desirable? What controls are necessary in order to prevent those harms from happening?


Play the New e-Discovery “Hive Mind” Game: Small, Medium or Large?

Play the New e-Discovery “Hive Mind” Game: Small, Medium or Large?

What should you do to prepare for federal court 26(f) conferences in small and medium sized cases, versus large, complicated cases? This new eDiscovery game might help.


Do You Have “Security Fatigue”?

Do You Have “Security Fatigue”?

Defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), security fatigue is a weariness or reluctance to deal with computer security, leading to feelings of resignation and loss of control.


Data Security: Thinking About Bugs

Data Security: Thinking About Bugs

Security bugs may have wildly disparate paths of extermination. Some are quietly patched with code updates, while others make the national news and trigger companies’ incident response plans.


The Great ESI Sales Exodus

The Great ESI Sales Exodus

In order to understand how to transition successfully, or why a cybersecurity provider might want to hire an ESI sales representative, it is essential to understand why there is an ESI sales exodus, who stands to gain from this trend and what the cyber sales landscape looks like currently in comparison to the world of e-discovery.


Relativity Unveils Next Evolution of Their e-Discovery Platform at 8th Annual Relativity Fest

Relativity Unveils Next Evolution of Their e-Discovery Platform at 8th Annual Relativity Fest

Relativity announced key enhancements to their eDiscovery platform at their annual user conference, building on nearly 500 new features delivered this year.


Eight C’s of E-Discovery in the Cloud

Eight C’s of E-Discovery in the Cloud

The adoption of cloud applications is growing across enterprises worldwide. According to Gartner, by 2020 more than 30 percent of the 100 largest enterprise applications will have shifted from cloud-first to cloud-only – encouraging any enterprise fence-sitters to move in the direction of the cloud.