Corporate clients who want to ensure their law firms are properly handling and securing their data aren’t just having stern conversations with their attorneys—they’re sending audits. Increasingly, firms are being asked to complete a variety of slightly different cybersecurity audits for clients in highly regulated industries, putting new and uncomfortable strains on routinely overstretched law firm IT staff.
In a bid to ease this burden, risk management technology company Privva launched AutoAssess, a new tool that uses machine learning to help law firm IT staff streamline and automate variations in client security assessment requests.
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