...they can sue him for defamation, but Trooper's using his First Amendment rights as a defense to block his identity. The...
Amid a languid recovery and threats to their business model, firm leaders now measure progress in small steps
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...such as when a user last modified, accessed or created a file. First and foremost, metadata can show whether an employee interacted with sensitive data...
...he headed the team that built LexisNexis Exchange, the company's first commercial online service that delivered legal research on the Internet. He started...
Rand Secure Archive will now be known as Rand Secure Data, reflecting the addition of data backup systems to the existing e-discovery and data archiving services
Non-IT cyber-exposures are just as dangerous to businesses as data breaches
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...exposed millions of Adobe customers' information to hackers. Adobe first said the breach affected close to 3 million customers, but then changed...
...organization, which is not eligible for copyright. Now, as the first jury trial in the smartphone wars goes up on appeal, his opponent...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Information governance and records management are flirting with electronic data discovery. Expect fireworks
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