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REDUCE-REUSE-RECYCLE: THE KEY TO DISCOVERY SAVINGS IS DATA MANAGEMENT

Discovery in the era of Big Data is complicated, time-consuming, and expensive. At the same time, in-house counsel are under pressure to reduce costs throughout the legal function. In a recent survey of law department operations professionals, the top five key performance indicators cited were related to controlling costs and almost 70% cited “...

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CFO Advisory: Three Cybersecurity Developments You Can’t Ignore

When you consider that 1.1 billion records were compromised this year in data breaches, and that the average loss for a breach of 1,000 records is between $52,000 and $87,0001, cybersecurity—and all the risks that go along with it—are probably keeping a lot of CFOs up at night. But which risks should be at the top of a CFO’s insomniac worry...

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Executive Summary: Trends in eDiscovery Survey

Given the increasing volumes of litigation and regulatory investigations over the past several years and the ever increasing volume of discoverable electronically stored information, there should be little surprise that one of the primary findings of this report is that eDiscovery costs are on the rise and that explosive data volumes are the...

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Optimizing Litigation Life Cycle Management

Big Data is out of control in corporate America. In fact, the numbers are so staggering, it can make anyone step back in awe. In effect, corporations are facing massive costs when responding to discovery requests because the volume of data is expanding exponentially.

Corporate America is struggling to keep up with compounding data that...

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CONVERGE OR COLLIDE? TIME FOR LEGAL AND COMPLIANCE STAFF TO TUNE IN TO CYBER RISK MANAGEMENT

Cyber risk is serious business, with broad implications for the health and viability of any enterprise. As the steady stream of high-profile data heists we’ve seen over the last several years demonstrate (the recent Target breach is only one example among many), we can no longer regard cyber risk management as the exclusive responsibility of...

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A New Guide to Evaluating Managed Security Services Providers

In 2015, more than 1.1 billion records were exposed in data breaches, according to Goldman Sachs. And the Ponemon Institute says that both the cost and volume of data breaches are rising, estimating that the average total cost of a data breach worldwide was more than $3.79 million per incident1, and this calculation intentionally...

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