Just published: a new essential guide from Tim Hyman and 2Twenty4 Consulting on all you need to know about GDPR, data privacy, cybersecurity and Cloud service providers. Featured vendors DocsCorp – iBoss – Intapp – Ravn – Mimecast – iManage.
No livers were damaged during the making of this party – and the official Insider staff hats also made their debut!
Addressing a prevalent lack of joined up matter management capability within the corporate counsel sector, Eversheds Sutherland’s consulting arm has today launched a matter lifecycle management solution in Microsoft Office 365 in partnership with Repstor.
AXA Insurance last week announced that it has teamed up with alternative legal services provider rradar to launch an IBM Watson-backed virtual assistant to assist AXA customers with often repeated legal questions on issues such as employment and HR. We also bring news from SaltDNA, Olswang, Incopro, DocSolid, Wolters Kluwer, LawGeex, Autto, RPC, Nikec Solutions, Workshare, Fronteo, Salladore, Financial Software Solutions and Anexsys.
Cybersecurity: Most hackers can access systems and steal valuable data within 24 hours says Nuix Black Report
More than three-quarters (88%) of hackers can break through cybersecurity defences and into the systems they target within 12 hours, while 81% say they can identify and take valuable data within another 12 hours, even though the breach may not be discovered for hundreds of days, according to research by global technology company Nuix. The Nuix Black Report, the results of a confidential survey of 70 professional hackers and penetration testers at DEFCON, the world’s largest hacking and security conference, will overturn many conventional understandings and sacred cows of the cybersecurity industry.
In what could turn out to be one of the most significant events this year for European legal technology vendors attempting to expand their presence within the corporate legal sector, Corporate Legal Operations Consortium – better known to the market as CLOC – will launch in Europe at the end of February, led by VMware’s vice president & deputy general counsel for worldwide legal operations, Áine Lyons.
Top stories include: CLOC to open Euro chapter – big news for inhouse legal teams & their tech vendors + Peppermint has a bout of growing pains + the Insider launches legal tech startup initiative – who’s hot & who’s not?
In a white paper published exclusively by Legal IT Insider, Nick Ayton, a Jay Palter Fintech Influencer and number 21 on the Rise Blockchain News top 100 explores the implications of Blockchain technologies on law firms and the broader legal services market.
Casepoint just announced the launch of CaseAssist, what is claimed to be the first artificial intelligence ediscovery case evaluation system available for all clients on all matters hosted in Casepoint, at no additional cost.
Ediscovery trends in 2017: everything from artificial intelligence to mobile data centres say Kroll Ontrack
Kroll Ontrack predicts a year of change in 2017 as organisations prepare for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the accelerated adoption of artificial intelligence. The ediscovery industry will continue reshaping itself to meet these requirements in 2017, building on the huge international consolidation seen in the previous two years.
Welcome to the latest issue of the Legal IT Insider newsletter – January 2017 #299 – our top stories include Herbert Smith Freehills go social media with Yammer + Cybersecurity – 80% of law firm disaster recovery now stems from hacks + iManage release Work 10 – the best thing it has done in 15 years + Robots to get civil rights + how not to handle the departure of your CEO
Given the rapid rise in legal operations professionals manning the gateway to the in-house legal world, any insight into their key priorities can be said to be useful and a new report from LexisNexis CounselLink examines just that.
In a significant in-house win for Peppermint Technology, Invicta Law, the legal services company set up in 2016 by Kent County Council, has selected Peppermint Technology to provide the technology platform to underpin its client-centric approach.
Eurotunnel is part of Groupe Eurotunnel and operates the Channel Tunnel, which is a vital connection between the UK and Europe for industry, tourism and culture and generates over £90 billion of trade every year. This case study shows how Ascertus, working with Eurotunnel’s legal department, overcame the technical challenges to deliver a successful iManage implementation.
Moving from a long-established, traditional work culture, in which staff are employed for a fixed number of hours in a workplace that might be the same building for years or decades, to a mobile paradigm of employment, might appear daunting. The reality is different for the adaptable and prepared.