Assume for a moment that you’re involved in the security of all data contained within your organization. You could be corporate counsel for a multinational corporation. Or you’re in the legal department of a nationwide conglomerate of interconnected healthcare facilities. Or somehow you’ve advanced to the position of CIO or the most recent C-Suite fad—Chief Information Security Officer. Or you’re the managing partner of a large law firm.
To say the least, these are far from easy times for a lawyer or other legal professional to be in such a position. On the one hand, you face the internal pressures to advance the efficiency, and thereby the profitability, of your organization by adopting the latest broad-ranging technology.
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