Despite the fact eDiscovery deals almost exclusively with highly sensitive data at the intersection of legal and tech, security remains one of the murkier aspects of the eDiscovery model. Understanding the myriad of corporate security postures, where they stand today, and where corporate security is headed can be understandably daunting as companies bring these tools in-house. First for fundamentals: let’s look at authentication, how it’s used to control access to both public (internet, cloud-based) and private networks, and how authentication differs critically from authorization.
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legal industry, like any other department or industry, is undergoing a drastic change driven by technology. There are several reasons behind this change – tech-enablement in cross-functional departments, change in information nature and complexity, client demands, economic changes, new technologies, tightening regulatory timelines and shifting demographics.
eDiscovery professionals deal with huge amounts of data each day. The security and authenticity of this data is a crucial concern. Keeping the security in mind, it is important for organizations to improve their cyber security standards.