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  • The Slack Explosion: Convenient Yet Complicated, Part 2 

    May 01, 2022 |

    Best Practices to Simplify Future E-discovery Part Two of a Two-Part Series Just as the legal industry had to scramble to figure out how to handle email and other electronic documents a couple decades ago, e-discovery practices must once again shift to account for the realities of business being conducted via chat and the massive amounts of new types of data that chat platforms generate.

  • The Importance of ISO Certification for Law Firms

    May 01, 2022 |

    ISO certification is not just a critical way to ensure your firm's security; it's increasingly important for any firm that wants to maintain a competitive advantage in today's legal market.

  • Metaverse Raises Privacy and Cybersecurity Concerns

    May 01, 2022 |

    The Metaverse will be the next version of the Internet that provides an immersive virtual experience. For now, the extent to which Metaverse technology will be integrated into our physical world remains unknown. This raises new concerns about data privacy, cybersecurity, new cybercrimes and constitutional issues.

  • Cybersecurity Concerns Grow In Russia's War

    May 01, 2022 |

    After a raft of debilitating Western sanctions on Russia and the exodus of global firms from Moscow, Russia-originating cyber attacks are a growing concern among law firms, as the war delivers the loudest reminder yet to both firms and their clients that they must be prepared.

  • Moving from Unstructured to Structured Data

    May 01, 2022 |

    Data is everywhere. From the Zoom calls you're on, to the emails you send, the documents you work on, and the legal system you interact with, unstructured data is inherent in everything law firms and legal departments do. To make the most of this growing gold mine of data, law firms and legal departments must invest in better structuring of their data.

  • Ninth Circuit Allows Data Scraping from LinkedIn

    May 01, 2022 |

    The Ninth Circuit reaffirmed data analytics company hiQ Labs Inc.'s ability to scrape publicly available data from LinkedIn's platform despite the social media company's claim that the data collected violated federal hacking laws.

  • The Slack Explosion: Convenient Yet Complicated 

    April 01, 2022 |

    Part One of a Two-Part Series The informality of chat culture not only makes chat data harder to search, it also results in huge volumes of a new kind of data that must be processed in unique ways before it can be reviewed.