blog

Four Things Organizations Should Do to Comply With New York’s SHIELD Act

In recent years, many states have been updating their data privacy laws to account for new technologies and security risks. On Oct. 23, 2019, a New York law on data breach notification requirements became effective.

read more right

TikTok Raises Data Security Concerns in the US

TikTok’s ownership and operation makes things complicated in the U.S. ByteDance, a China-based company, is the parent company of TikTok and in 2017, it acquired Musical.ly, an American social media company, for one billion dollars.

read more right

Five Best Practices to Ensure Compliance with Cross-Border Data Protection Laws

As data continues to span across the four corners of the globe, lawmakers worldwide strive to keep up the pace with regulations. The European Union has the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which provides comprehensive protections over private consumer data.

read more right

Top Five Mistakes Made When Collecting Data From Nontraditional Sources

Collecting electronically stored information is a common practice for eDiscovery practitioners in today’s digital world. One of the things that makes this task more difficult over time is the overwhelming amount of new and emerging technologies constantly entering the market.

read more right
load more

The Epiq Angle brings you our thinking on topical issues in eDiscovery, bankruptcy, corporate restructuring, data breach response, global business transformation solutions, class action, and mass tort administration.

By continuing to browse and accepting this banner, you consent to the storing of first and third-party cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyze site usage, and assist in Epiq’s marketing efforts. Read more on our cookie notice.