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Three Key Components of a Global eDiscovery Strategy

Global litigation is more common today as international business deals, emerging technologies, and new regulations invoke cross-border obligations. Since many countries have now adopted eDiscovery processes, it is important for legal teams to factor that into their litigation readiness plans and develop dynamic protocols to account for this legal shift.

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The Changing Landscape of Dawn Raids: Preparing for Hybrid Inspections

The pandemic accelerated widespread digitisation in almost every industry. Moving from hard copy to digital documentation influences many business and legal processes, including the way authorities around the world conduct dawn raids.

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Tips for Avoiding Hidden Costs in a Cyber Incident Response

When your organization experiences a cyber-attack, you are not alone. The digital age presents more opportunities for hackers to breach information than ever before. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, as of September 30, 2021, the number of publicly reported incidents of compromised data is 17 percent more than the total number of reported breaches during the 2020 fiscal year.

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Tips for Handling a Cyber Incident Review

A cyber security incident is a stressful and frightening event for an organization’s team. When it comes to putting cyber plans in place, organizations need to prepare for the worst-case scenario since it is no longer a matter of if a breach will occur, but when a breach will occur. Not only do policies need to be in place for preventing breaches, it is also helpful and reassuring to have a broad outline of the steps an organization’s counsel will take to analyze and remediate the problems caused by the incident.

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