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Legal Tech: The Intersection of E-Discovery and Cybersecurity: You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby

Data is an asset and a liability. It fits into both accounting columns and will not fail to be used against a corporate entity if not secured properly. Databases contain trade secrets, personally identifiable information, HIPAA-protected health care information, proprietary information and classified data. As the size of databases grew and the importance of data became more evident, one thing became apparent: the information stored in those repositories had to be kept secure.

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Data is an asset and a liability. It fits into both accounting columns and will not fail to be used against a corporate entity if not secured properly. Databases contain trade secrets, personally identifiable information, HIPAA-protected health care information, proprietary information and classified data. They also house sensitive information and evidence of liability or criminal behavior. As the size of databases grew, one thing became apparent: the information stored in those repositories had to be kept secure. As the importance of data became more evident, so did the importance of information security and cybersecurity.

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