law firm data security

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Ediscovery Data Requests – Simple and Secure

Ediscovery Data Requests – Simple and Secure 1000 724 Michael Beumer

An efficient ediscovery process starts with getting potentially relevant ediscovery files collected quickly. Nextpoint just made getting ediscovery data from clients, IT staff, litigation support managers, opposing counsel – or whomever you need data from – as simple as sending an email. Nextpoint users can now securely request files from anyone by providing timely access to a dedicated…

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Legal cloud security standards

Nextpoint Helps Draft First Cloud Security Standards for Law Firms

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Nearly a decade after we moved our eDiscovery platform to Amazon Web Services, making it accessible from anywhere without expensive infrastructure, it’s become increasingly common for law firms to manage their clients’ data in the cloud. Yesterday, leaders from six legal cloud computing providers – known collectively as the Legal Cloud Computing Association – released…

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Law firm data security

Exposed: The Strawman of Security in Legal Technology

Exposed: The Strawman of Security in Legal Technology 1000 667 Michael Beumer

An incredible series of reports in the last few weeks have exposed the mythology of law firm data security, driving home the truth we have referred to as “The On-Premise Problem.” First… An article from Bloomberg quotes the the FBI notifying law firms that they are “easier quarry” than corporations. Second… This shocking – and I mean…

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