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What Does 2024 Hold for Cybersecurity?

Law Journal Newsletter

Law Journal's annual poll of experts on the trends and developments to watch out for in 2024 in AI, data privacy, cybersecurity, e-discovery and more.

Richard Robbins, Managing Director, Artificial Intelligence, Epiq

"I expect the coming year will be marked by the start of a transition from evaluation and limited experimentation to more active use, first with an emphasis on administrative and process-focused tasks as opposed to client work product. Technology will be increasingly infused into traditional workflows and applications. In other words, rather than being faced with a proliferation of new tools, many of our tools will become more capable or at least easier to use. As technology evolves, each of us will be on a journey to figure out how to engage with it to make us more effective in our work. Those who invest the time and energy to learn how to use them effectively and responsibly will be rewarded."

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Carrie Trent
Epiq, Director of Communications & Public Relations