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July 11th, 2017
Are you prepared for the GDPR compliance? The General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect in less than a year, May 25, 2018. Don't worry, Maureen has gathered some of the most helpful GDPR resources published by law firms to help align your organization with GDPR compliance.
Some InfoSec Guidance for In-House and Outside Counsel: ACC Issues its “Model Information Protection and Security Controls”
June 30th, 2017
Previously, we’ve explored the ever-increasing information security risks faced by law firms, which hold some of their clients’ most sensitive and confidential information. This week, one of the world’s largest and most respected law firms fell victim to a ransomware attack, shutting down its entire computer network system for several days. The Model Controls address thirteen areas of security measures which are designed to serve as a list of baseline security measures that corporate counsel may consider requiring its outside law firms to implement.
June 13th, 2017
The common practice of sensitive data "de-structuring" creates significant enterprise information risk. When sensitive information becomes de-structured — leaving secure systems of record and moving to more vulnerable unstructured data sources — the corporate enterprise faces increased risk. Learn how that risk can be managed through data analytics and good information governance practices.
May 19th, 2017
One theme that emerged in many of the programs at the CLOC Corporate Legal Operations Institute is a tenet familiar to us at DiscoverReady: The importance of integrating "People, Process, and Technology" in the design and execution of a solution.
April 24th, 2017
New, groundbreaking cybersecurity regulation promulgated by the New York Department of Financial Services requires organizations under its jurisdiction to establish and maintain cybersecurity programs. Unlike current federal law that allows substantial flexibility for institutions to implement reasonable security safeguards, the new NYDFS regulations dictate specific, prescriptive measures companies must take to detect, prevent and report cybersecurity threats. Who is covered and what is required?