Lawyers work with some of the most sensitive information of any profession. An attorney or client can damage the outcome of a case by mishandling a single critical document, and even a small cyber breach can bring down an entire practice. Law firms therefore are constantly on the lookout for easier and more comprehensive ways to manage these risks.
Thankfully, you can find cybersecurity and governance tools to meet these needs in the marketplace. They allow you to rigorously track and protect the confidentiality of documents and files you exchange with clients and other third parties. You won’t create extra work for lawyers, even when collaborating with multiple parties on complex litigation. You can implement governance policies that automate need-to-know limitations and minimize the opportunity for errors and abuses.
Learn the five essentials for securing the confidential documents and communications practices of your firm, reduce risks of data loss, and better serve your clients.
Learn the five essentials for securing the confidential documents and communications practices of your firm.