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Contract data doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Take advantage of this simple explanation of contract discovery and analytics. READ MORE ›
The problems with managing contracts are not new. Many organizations don't know where all their contracts are located due to multiple departments managing contracts with multiple requirements, and the existing contract management solutions are complex and confusing.
Contract discovery and analytics can help you overcome these issues. Download this eBook to understand more about this new technology, built on artificial intelligence, and how it can extract and analyze your contract data, providing:
An in-depth breakdown of contract discovery capabilities.
Ways to visualize & consume massive amounts of contract data easily.
A look at contact discovery and analytics in everyday use.
Stop letting your contracts live in a “file and forget” system and maximize what you can do with your contract data.
Cloud computing is flourishing, but law firms have been hesitant to adopt the tech shift. Learn how advances in cloud computing keeps your firm data safe while offering benefits and cost-savings. READ MORE ›
The cloud computing industry is poised to hit $500 billion in market cap by 2020 as more companies embrace the benefits of the cloud. Yet, law firms have been reluctant to jump on board for reasons that range from security and confidentiality to the intricacies of the how the cloud itself works.
This white paper addresses issues unique to law firms, like stringent confidentiality and ethics surrounding data use, and various solutions that different types of cloud computing offer to keep your data safe.
Learn how cloud computing can benefit your law firm through:
The ability to adopt public, private or hybrid clouds and the right fit for your firm
Reduced upfront costs and predictable costs over time
Anytime, anywhere access that can increase productivity, efficiency and work-life balance
The threat of cyberattack looms large for law firms. In 2016, the year of the breach," a seemingly endless barrage of law firm security incidents were front and center in industry news and the pace hasn t slowed. READ MORE ›
The threat of cyberattack looms large for law firms. In 2016, the year of the breach, a seemingly endless barrage of law firm security incidents were front and center in industry news and the pace hasn t slowed. Mossack Fonseca, Johnson & Bell, amongst many, fell victim to breaches, prompting the FBI to issue an alert that hackers were targeting international law firms in an insider trading scheme.READ LESS ›
You must take steps now to protect against cyberattacks or risk losing millions in fines once the European Union adopts a new law. READ MORE ›
Due to the swelling number of potential cyberattacks and risks stemming from hackers and other cyber criminals, the European Union (EU) created the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It establishes the many steps each organization must take to protect data that belongs to any EU resident. Additionally, this new law has broad applicability to organizations based outside of the EU. When regulators begin enforcing it in May 2018, those found not in compliance can face massive fines of up to 20 million euros or 4% of annual worldwide revenue – whichever is higher.
Download this white paper and learn more about the GDPR and its implications to your cybersecurity strategy. You will learn:
What the GDPR hopes to accomplish
How to prepare for the new rule
Ways to let business drive your cybersecurity strategy
Don’t wait and be caught unprepared when this new rule takes effect. Take steps now to protect your organization.
Learn what happens in ransomware attacks, why your firm is a prime target and preventative solutions to protect your clients and your business from such an occurrence. READ MORE ›
Law firms and legal departments are ripe targets for ransomware attacks as they deal almost exclusively with confidential information from intellectual property to personal health information. Yet the legal industry is barely taking notice: Only 8.4% of attorneys named cybersecurity risks as a top concern.
This white paper explains the anatomy of ransomware attack and proactive solutions to protect your clients, your firm, and sensitive information. Explore the following:
Get up to speed on ransomware attacks, its implications to your firm, how to respond if one occurs and the best cybersecurity steps to protect and prevent one from occurring in the first place. READ MORE ›
Two widespread ransomware attacks, known as WannaCry and Petya, ripped through 240,000 machines earlier this year holding computer and network data hostage, or destroying files altogether. These attacks serve as a cybersecurity wake-up call to the legal industry as one law firm, DLA Piper, fell victim with the attack potentially costing them millions.
This white paper explores the basics of cybersecurity and steps your firm can take to prevent and protect its data and foundational business pillars (client confidentiality and trust) from ransomware attacks.
You’ll get answers to these questions:
What is Ransomware? How does it work?
How can I respond to a data breach?
What are the financial implications for law firms if a breach occurs?