Contextual analysis technology is still in early adoption stages among many Fortune 500 companies. With this advanced technology, companies have the ability to pinpoint behavioral red flags and be empowered to more effectively identify, manage, and mitigate “bad behavior” before it escalates.
It is important that all covered entities, business associates, and subcontractors dealing with PHI ensure that eDiscovery providers supporting them adhere to HIPAA and HITECH Act compliance requirements.
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 creates sweeping new requirements concerning the collection, maintenance, and tracking of information for both employees or customers who are residents of California. Companies with employees or customers in California need to take stock of the information they are processing that could qualify as “personal information” for California residents, and they need to begin establishing mechanisms for compliance before the end of 2019.
The Data Protection Authority (DPA) of the German state of Bavaria announced it was considering fining a number of companies under the GDPR for their website cookie practices. The Bavarian DPA’s action potentially signals that cookies, user tracking, and online advertising are not a ‘tech industry issue,’ but instead a priority issue for companies irrespective of their industry – and one that can carry GDPR fine risk.
The 50 million euro fine of Google is the largest to be issued not only under the GDPR, but by any European regulator. However, things could have been much worse for the Andriod creators, as GDPR allows for fines up to 4% of a company’s annual global turnover, which could have resulted in a fine in the billions.
Slack is pumping out data at an inconceivable rate. Trying to collect potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI) from Slack is like trying to drink from a firehose. There’s too much data coming in and too much of it is entirely irrelevant.
The acquisition of eBrevia aligns with Donnelley Financial Solutions’ commitment to providing clients with best-in-class secure data aggregation, due diligence, compliance and risk management solutions.
Logikcull ranked first for user satisfaction in the recently published G2Crowd Momentum Grid. The G2Crowd Momentum Grid report assesses independent, third-party reviews as part of a proprietary user satisfaction algorithm that includes company growth and year-over-year performance considerations.
The acquisition of Evidox deepens QDiscovery’s expertise across its core offerings and expands its presence in New England with additional offices in Boston and Portland, ME.
The move combines the comprehensive legal services offering of Elevate with the data science team and AI engine of LexPredict, creating more sophisticated technology-enabled solutions for law departments and law firms.