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5 Things Corporate Legal Execs are Seeking in Data Security

5 Things Corporate Legal Execs are Seeking in Data Security

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. The efficient management of legal data has never been easy to achieve, but the stakes are suddenly much higher for in-house counsel and their outside law firms. With an alarming number of large American companies and government agencies ... Read More »

Legal Tech: How Safe is it to Hit Send?

How Safe is it to Hit Send

Every day attorneys will “hit send” as they email back and forth a myriad of confidential documents to their clients and colleagues. While this is a seemingly harmless business task, a new study from LexisNexis shows that electronic file sharing might not be as safe as some attorneys think it is. The study, File Sharing in the Legal Industry, found ... Read More »

Law Firms: Soft Targets; Hard Truths

Law Firms Soft Targets Hard Truths

Note: This post was penned by Christopher Anderson and originally published in Attorney at Work in June 2014. Are law firms really a “soft underbelly” for hackers? Yes, according numerous legal security experts recent news reports. Several corporations are demanding law firms to take increased security measures to protect their businesses. So why are law firms on the hacker radar ... Read More »

The Legal Cloud: A Question of Security, Ethics

The Legal Cloud Security Ethics

Security emerged as a major barrier to the adoption of cloud technology in a recent survey of independent attorneys.  It’s been a trend for a while, as Bob Ambrogi wrote: As other surveys have indicated. concerns about security and confidentiality remain the greatest barrier to cloud adoption among small-firm lawyers. Even though security was the top-ranked barrier, the survey nonetheless ... Read More »