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Effective Preservation Letters for Electronic Evidence
Posted on: Apr 20, 2018

Because electronic data can easily be overwritten and purged – whether deliberately or inadvertently – it is critical to act quickly to have relevant ESI preserved. As soon as litigation is anticipated, a preservation letter should be sent to the opposing party to maximize the available information to help you make your case.

Purpose, Process and Practicality: eDiscovery Identification Part 1
Posted on: Apr 17, 2018

“Identification” in eDiscovery is the process of learning about the client’s electronically stored information (ESI) in order to locate, preserve and collect discoverable data. The identification stage is the foundation of the entire eDiscovery project.

Simulations Test Law Firm System Security
Posted on: Apr 6, 2018

Cybersecurity is a moving target. And as technology evolves, threats and vulnerabilities evolve, too. To not be caught on the back foot, firms are using simulations to find vulnerabilities and build or bolster their cybersecurity systems, as well as cultivating firmwide culture change to train employees.

SEC Issues New Guidance on Cybersecurity Disclosure
Posted on: Apr 3, 2018

The Securities and Exchange Commission released new guidance calling for public companies to be more transparent regarding their cybersecurity risks—both before and after an attack.

Cyberthreats 101: The Biggest Computer Crime Risks Lawyers Face
Posted on: Mar 29, 2018

Cyberattacks are on the rise, both in the number of incidents and the costs associated with the attacks. According to the ABA’s 2017 Legal Technology Survey Report, 22 percent of responding firms had been breached—an increase of 8 percentage points from the previous year’s survey.

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