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Why no Organization Should be without a Cyber Attorney

Cybersecurity is a top concern for organizations of all shapes and sizes. Whether it be a global organization or a small business, each will inevitably collect and store consumer data that hackers could attempt to steal. While significant events like product launches, mergers and acquisitions, and new vendor partnerships are prime opportunities for attacks, risk still exists in daily operations. Think about the data stored by human resources departments for potential, past, and current employees.

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Best Practices for Tackling Internal Investigations in the Era of Remote Work

In a time where it seems like everyone is working remote, at least to some degree, it is more challenging to navigate internal investigations. When the pandemic struck, many organizations did not have time to create a comprehensive work from home plan, which put sensitive business data at risk for compromise or accidental deletion. Now, it is clear that increased remote work will ensue, as many industries have realized the cost-saving and productivity benefits of virtual or semi-virtual business models.

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Coming Soon: Canada’s New Privacy Law – What You Need to Know

Ranging from new laws to security recommendations, the overall goal is to ensure organizations who are collecting or processing data containing private information keep it safe and inform consumers on how the organization intend to use their data for business purposes.

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Too Much Chatter: The Challenges of Collecting and Reviewing Chat Messages

Chat data is a large component of business operations today, especially with the increase in the remote workforce. There are chat apps, videoconferencing and collaboration-based platforms that incorporate chat functions, and internal company messaging systems that allow users to communicate in real time for extended periods. Chat apps also promote collaboration by allowing file-sharing and incorporating global features. All of these things are great and vital to streamline business operations. However, when it comes to collecting chat data during litigation many obstacles come into light. Here are a few key problems that chat data imposes on review teams.

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