Understanding marketing tech stack tools and their capability related to awareness, credibility, demand, and support is important for blogs and businesses as they seek to transform marketing opportunity and potential into the achievement of marketing objectives. Whether marketing objectives are reads and subscribers or leads and dollars, an appropriate marketing tech stack can help increase business value.
According to ZyLAB CEO, Dennis van der Veeke, “Founded in 1983, ZyLAB’s software has been battled-tested in some of the largest corporate fraud investigations and government inquiries and was deployed during the historic international war crime tribunals. ZyLAB has been working on large-scale Data Science in eDiscovery, especially with the contributions of Professor Johannes (Jan) Scholtes, who has been involved with the company since 1988. We chose IPRO, after considering all major players on the market, because of its commitment to innovation, security, and customer success.”
An affiliate of the notorious REvil gang, best known for extorting $11 million from the meat-processor JBS after a Memorial Day attack, infected thousands of victims in at least 17 countries on July 2, 2021, largely through firms that remotely manage IT infrastructure for multiple customers.
From Consilio and Xact Data Discovery to CloudNine and Crest Rock, the following findings, data points, and tracking charts highlight information that may be useful for understanding M&A+I activity patterns in the eDiscovery ecosystem from April 1, 2021, through June 30, 2021. During 2Q21 there were at least 18 M&A+I events, a pulse rate that is significantly greater than the investment pulse rate of four events during the same time frame in 2020.
According to Barbara Dunn, a managing director at Aon Stroz Friedberg, “Over the years, the E-Discovery Unfiltered report has proven to be very informative for our practice, as we value both its measurable attributes, such as the data on rankings and pricing, as well as the intangibles, such as the qualities that matter most to prospective clients. The insights in the report help us calibrate our practice to the needs of our clients, demonstrate our competitive differentiators, and anticipate the future direction of our market, taking into account factors ranging from the pandemic to the progress of corporate migration to the cloud.”
According to Kelly Griswold, Chief Operating Officer at Onna, “eDiscovery is not a single problem to solve, but rather a multi-stage workflow that requires targeted technology to address. Together, Onna and Zapproved provide a leading experience across the entire EDRM, giving customers a comprehensive solution where the integration of technologies is already taken care of and not an additional responsibility that customers have to manage themselves.”
According to the recent report from the UK’s Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI), post-incident services have become one of the success stories of cyber insurance for both insurers and insureds. For insurers, they may reduce incident costs. For purchasers of cyber insurance – particularly SMEs – they provide access to services and expertise during crises.
The European Commission has carefully analyzed the law and practice of the United Kingdom (UK). Based on the findings the Commission concludes that the UK ensures an adequate level of protection for personal data transferred within the scope of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 from the European Union to the UK. Additionally, the Commission concludes that the UK ensures an adequate level of protection for personal data transferred from competent authorities in the Union, falling within the scope of Directive (EU) 2016/680, to competent authorities in the UK falling within the scope of Part 3 of the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018).
The 11th installment in a series published by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Center of Excellence (CCDCOE) designed for military and national security decision-makers focuses on ransomware including the cases of the Colonial Pipeline Attack, the ransomware attack against Irish Health Care, and Ransomware & Cyber Insurance.
With the aim of creating a solution that feels “magical” to lawyers, legal software provider CS Disco thinks the broad applicability of their solution across a spectrum of industries has created a significant market opportunity for them, a market they estimate to be $42 billion globally. On Friday, June 25, 2021, CS Disco took a significant step toward capitalizing on that market opportunity by filing for an IPO with the Securities and Exchange Commission.