Computer security professionals love to say that there is no such thing as 100% security. Despite that, many security strategies seem to be founded on the assumption that setting up border protection and establishing a secure perimeter around the enterprise network can be done well enough. Zero Trust does not make that assumption.
According to Harsh Behl, Director of Product Management at Exterro, “This newest version of the FTK product family highlights our commitment to innovation as well as our deep understanding of the needs of investigation teams worldwide. It allows our clients to perform Mac investigations like never before. We are the first in the market to clearly reconstruct and display the native Apple Mail and Outlook for Mac email formats, as well as associate all of the email attachments – even as our competitors continue to struggle bringing these features to market.”
According to Jonathan Fowler, Chief Information Security Officer at Consilio, “To deliver a secure client experience and meet our client’s end-to-end security needs, we have developed a worldwide enterprise security framework that meets all the latest guidelines of modern best practices and operates at a global scale for robust protection against the catastrophic risks of data security threats. Our enhanced offering is built into the framework of every Consilio engagement and allows us to provide high-touch, total value to our clients.”
According to HaystackID CEO Hal Brooks, “The privacy and security of our customers as well as the reliability of our services are paramount to our success. Law firms and corporate legal departments that want to ensure that their data is protected can have even more confidence that the safeguards HaystackID has in place are industry leading.”
According to Kevin Babcock, Director of Security Engineering at Everlaw, “Providing a fast, highly secure and modern collaboration solution that meets the critical needs of government agencies is of the utmost importance to us. Our move to AWS GovCloud (US) allows our federal clients to confidently use our solution, knowing that their information is protected by the highest cloud security standards.”
Just as there are many tasks in electronic discovery, many times there are multiple technologies and platforms involved in the complete electronic discovery process. When there are multiple technologies and platforms involved, data must be transferred from disparate technologies and platforms to other disparate technologies and platforms. This data transfer can be considered a risk factor that impacts the overall electronic discovery process.
According to Wikipedia, malware analysis is the study or process of determining the functionality, origin, and potential impact of a given malware sample. In this new handbook from the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, the authors share concise insight and general techniques for analyzing the most common malware types for the Windows OS.
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.
According to EDPB Chair Andrea Jelinek, “The impact of Schrems II cannot be underestimated: already international data flows are subject to much closer scrutiny from the supervisory authorities who are conducting investigations at their respective levels. The goal of the EDPB Recommendations is to guide exporters in lawfully transferring personal data to third countries while guaranteeing that the data transferred is afforded a level of protection essentially equivalent to that guaranteed within the European Economic Area.”
X-Road® is open-source software and ecosystem solution that provides unified and secure data exchange between organizations. This standardized, cohesive, collaborative, interoperable, secure data exchange gives service providers an entirely new opportunity to make themselves visible in services directed at citizens, businesses, and civil servants. It also may be a key enabler of enterprise interoperability and innovation for legal, business, and information technology professionals operating in the legal technology sector.