Category Archives: Data Security

The growing need for barristers to become data-aware

An article on the Legal Futures site is headed Barristers becoming as vulnerable to cyber attacks as solicitors. Its opening picks up a warning from the Bar Standards Board reporting that solicitors had already fallen victim to IT threats and … Continue reading

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Ricoh eDiscovery webinar on 30 October: Best practices to secure your data and protect your organisation

I am one of the participants in a webinar organised jointly by Ricoh and ACEDS on 30 October called Best practices to secure your data and protect your organisation. My co-presenter is Ricoh’s VP of Information Security, David Levine, and … Continue reading

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Ringtail and much more at the Nuix User Exchange 2018

If the Nuix User Exchange at Huntington Beach in California last week was dominated by Nuix’s acquisition of Ringtail (I wrote about that here), that is hardly surprising. It was not, I think, the original plan – there was plenty … Continue reading

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Getting ready for the fifth Nuix User Exchange at Huntington Beach

The fifth annual Nuix User Exchange takes place at Huntington Beach, California, from 16 to 18 September. I will be there, as usual, and will be previewing some of the sessions which catch my eye as the agenda nears completion. … Continue reading

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The portability of eDiscovery skills – from lawyer to regulator via a career in technology

The career of my friend Patrick Burke illustrates the range of opportunities open to those with legal and technology skills. One of the themes which recurs as I speak and write about eDiscovery and its related disciplines is that skills … Continue reading

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Not just fines – GDPR data breach damages and reputational hits (not that the Home Office cares about its reputation)

Before the General Data Protection Regulation took effect, much of the commentary focused on the level of fines which might be levied for GDPR breaches. That there are other implications of GDPR breaches appears from an interesting article by Cordery … Continue reading

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Interview: Amanda Fennell, Chief Security Officer at Relativity

At Relativity Fest in London, I spoke to Amanda Fennell, Chief Security Officer at Relativity. I started by asking her what her role encompasses. Amanda Fennell said that the Chief Security Officer role at Relativity differs from most Chief Information … Continue reading

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Interview: Anthony Di Bello of OpenText on the positive effects of the GDPR on corporate IG

Anthony Di Bello is Senior Director, Market Development, at OpenText. I knew him at Guidance Software before that, and OpenText’s acquisition of Guidance Software is the first topic covered in this interview, recorded at Legaltech in New York in February … Continue reading

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OpenText webinar on 26 June: Prevent GDPR breaches with 360° security for every endpoint

OpenText is giving a webinar on Tuesday 26 June at 15:00 BST with the title Prevent GDPR breaches  with 360° security for every endpoint. Its theme is that data security does not stop at the perimeter and that compliance, privacy … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar today, 25 June: Always on GDPR – the visibility to act like the pros

Nuix is presenting a webinar this afternoon, at 3.00pm BST on 25th of June (that is, this afternoon) with the title Always on GDPR – the visibility to act like the pros. It is given by Brian Tuemmler and Jack … Continue reading

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Interview: Brad Scott of Epiq on rebranding and client service

At Legaltech in New York in February, I spoke to Brad Scott, President and Chief Operating Officer at Epiq. More than a year had passed since Epiq and DTI were brought together as a single and very large global eDiscovery … Continue reading

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Leadership and risk on the agenda at the Nuix Insider Conference 2018 in London

We do not have many good events in London dealing with eDiscovery and its surrounding subjects. The annual Nuix Insider Conference is an exception, one of the few events I go to whether or not I am participating in it. … Continue reading

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Consilio and Advanced Discovery to merge as clients say “grow with us”

Consilio and Advanced Discovery, each of them already a major player in the global eDiscovery market, are to merge, with investment company GI partners taking a majority stake in the merged business. The Consilio press release says that the combined … Continue reading

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Interview: Stephen Stewart of Nuix on the changing corporate uses of data analytics

Stephen Stewart is Chief Technology Officer at investigations and cyber security software company Nuix. I talked to him at Legaltech New York about the ever-wider uses for eDiscovery skills and tools, about the uses for artificial intelligence, and about our … Continue reading

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Interview: Matthew Geaghan of Nuix on using eDiscovery tools and skills for security, privacy and IG

One of my recurring themes in my occasional interviews with Matthew Geaghan of Nuix is the ever-wider application of eDiscovery skills and tools to tasks and functions beyond eDiscovery. As he says in this interview, it is “all about the … Continue reading

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James Comey is keynote speaker at OpenText Enfuse 2018

With its acquisition of Guidance Software, OpenText has inherited the annual Enfuse conference which Guidance Software ran successfully for many years, originally with the name CEIC. I was a speaker there for many years and always learnt something and always … Continue reading

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Nuix London Insider Conference agenda now published

I wrote recently about the Nuix Insider Conference 2018, due to take place in London on 22 March. The full agenda has now been published and it is here. As always, it is a mixture of pure technology sessions and sessions designed … Continue reading

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FTI Consulting: flexibility and documentation are the keys to GDPR readiness

FTI Consulting has been offering information governance services since before the General Data Protection Regulation was a twinkle in the eye of the EU. It was among the first of the major players to draw attention to the fact that … Continue reading

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Interview: Patrick Burke talks about growing corporate awareness of GDPR implications

There is a lot in here – preparations for the GDPR, the growing realisation of the implications of holding the data of other organisations, contractual certifications of GDPR compliance, unwitting indemnification of other parties, WP249 and its assertion that discovery … Continue reading

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Nuix Insider Conference 2018 on 22 March in London

The Nuix Insider Conference 2018 takes place at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London on 22 March 2018. As always, the agenda has a set of parallel tracks which between them cover compliance, investigations eDiscovery, cyber threat and the detection of … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 25 January: insider threat lessons from Waymo v Uber

Nuix is presenting a webinar on 25th January with the title Theory to practice: insider threat lessons from Waymo v Uber. Nuix’s description of its webinar begins thus: Well-placed insiders, comfort media meetings, secret world changing technology, and huge sums … Continue reading

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Challenges and opportunities for FTI’s new Managing Director for Asia

FTI Technology has appointed Sandeep Jadav as its new managing director for Asia. He will be based in Hong Kong with responsibility for FTI teams in Shanghai, Tokyo, Singapore, and elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region. Any thought that I might … Continue reading

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AccessData webinar on 19 December: how to identify, assess and eliminate risk with AD RTK

AccessData has for many years been a leader in the field of forensic software, designed to identify and retrieve information from all kinds of digital devices and resources. Its range of software for these purposes is called FTK. Originally developed … Continue reading

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Fighting the good fight at the Nuix User Exchange 2017

You take your optimism where you can find it these days. Few of us can feel very cheery about the political or economic future on either side of the Atlantic. At times like this, optimism lies in hoping that your … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 4 October: Left and Right Breach

Nuix is presenting a webinar on 4 October with the title Left and Right Breach. Right of breach is the detection of activity after it has happened; left of breach involves getting ahead of the breach and pre-empting and preventing … Continue reading

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Masters Conference and Reed Smith event in London on 28 September

The Masters Conference has a long tradition of producing first-rate events on eDiscovery and the ever-widening range of subjects which surround it. Reed Smith is an international firm with a strong presence in London as well as the US and … Continue reading

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The Nuix User Exchange 2017 is nearly upon us

My next foreign trip is to the Nuix User Exchange running from 17 to 20 September at Huntington Beach California. I very much enjoyed last year’s event and look forward to taking part in this one. 300 participants are expected … Continue reading

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OpenText extends its reach again with the acquisition of Guidance Software

The once-straitforward business of eDiscovery has extended its reach, its software and its skills into related areas, embracing ever-wider concepts of information management. As it has done so, the market has seen increasing consolidation as bigger companies buy smaller ones … Continue reading

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Consilio: can you trust law firms with your data?

I remember as a young solicitor being at a meeting with a partner who was asked about the security of information held in the offices. The security, he said, lay in the fact that it was all too boring and … Continue reading

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ICO paper on Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) publishes several short papers designed to increase awareness of the technical, security and legal implications of various aspects of data holding. These documents are not, and do not purport to be, detailed explanations of … Continue reading

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Following the Nuix Black Report on cybercrime: webinar and the 2018 survey

I wrote recently about the Nuix Black Report on cybercrime. The main themes were the need to “know your enemy” and the critical importance of preparing for cyber attacks which are increasingly seen as both inevitable and destructive. Nuix has … Continue reading

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A wide range of topics at the AccessData User Summit

I went last month to the AccessData User Summit at an attractive resort in San Diego. I moderated or took part in four panels, learnt a lot, met up with old acquaintances and made new ones. It was an extremely … Continue reading

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Nuix User Exchange 17 to 20 September at Huntington Beach

Registration has opened for the 2017 Nuix User Exchange to take place, as before, at Huntington Beach in California. I was there last year and found it both valuable and enjoyable, as you might deduce from the article I wrote … Continue reading

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Interview: Matthew Geaghan of Nuix talks about the transferability of eDiscovery skills and technology

Like Nuix itself itself, Matthew Geaghan began with the hard technology of forensics and grew from that into eDiscovery, digital forensics, incident response and cyber security, acquiring new skills as the focus changed. Some retraining may be necessary, Matthew Geaghan … Continue reading

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ACEDS London panel – get a DPO and do some IG before the ICO enforces the GDPR against YOU

Last year I moderated the panel which launched the ACEDS UK Chapter. Our subject was predictive coding, and the combination of the subject-matter and the organising skill of the ACEDS UK committee got us a large audience by London standards. … Continue reading

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Data protection, TAR and data security dominate my corner of Legaltech

I have already written short holding post about Legaltech (Not yet my Legaltech report) which includes links to posts by others. This article focuses on my own small corner of this vast event. Oh, and yes, I know it was … Continue reading

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A personal note as Eddie Sheehy leaves Nuix

The earliest picture I have of Eddie Sheehy, taken at an eDiscovery conference in Singapore in 2010 on a panel which I moderated.  It’s an odd beast the eDiscovery world. Now a multibillion-dollar industry and growing, it somehow retains a … Continue reading

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Guidance Software’s Enfuse 2017 – Early Bird Discount closes on 6 January

Guidance Software’s Enfuse Conference takes place in Las Vegas from 22 to 25 May 2017. Enfuse covers all aspects of security and digital investigations across three days. I have been going for many years (I did three panels there last … Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on 14 December: where InfoGov meets InfoSec – new approaches to data-centric security

One of the presenters of this Guidance Software webinar is Barclay Blair, founder and Executive Director of the Information Governance Initiative. It is clear before you start reading about it, therefore, that the webinar will involve more than pure technology, … Continue reading

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Panama Papers and Data Protection at the Nuix User Exchange

There are people, I know, who can bash out a 1,400 word report about an event in the cab on the way back to the airport, but I am not one of them. I have done four other events since … Continue reading

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AccessData webinar series: Privacy and security in the age of global investigations

AccessData is presenting a series of three webinars under the heading Privacy and security in the age of global investigations. Two of them are about EU requirements, the first on data security and data protection and the second on EU … Continue reading

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Reviewing the year so far: May: Relativity Roadshow and IICE in London and Enfuse in Las Vegas

This is the second in a short series summarising the events which I have attended so far in 2016. The first is here. The travelogue is just a peg for the real purpose of the series, which is to show … Continue reading

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Panama Papers and cross-border data flows at the Nuix User Exchange

Everyone has their own reasons for going to the Nuix User Exchange – there is something for everyone on the Agenda, whether they are engaged in eDiscovery, law enforcement, forensics or security and whether as corporate client, lawyer, hands-on user, … Continue reading

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Nuix living up to its promises at the Insider Conference in London

I was diverted from writing about the Nuix Insider Conference, held in London on 23 March, by the news of the Panama Papers which broke shortly afterwards. That was too topical to miss, and Nuix played a major part in … Continue reading

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Guidance Software Data Risk and Privacy Survey results

Guidance Software undertakes a survey each year on some aspect of data management or data risk. This year, and unsurprisingly, the survey is about data risk and privacy, with the subtitle How concerned are organisations with data risk? The survey results, … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 31 May: EU General Data Protection Regulation – Need to Knows

On 31 May, Nuix is presenting a webinar called EU General Data Protection Regulation – Need to Knows. The subject, and the panel, is a re-run of a session at the very successful Nuix Insider Conference in London on 23 … Continue reading

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Navigant cyber crime expert warns law firms about cyber risk

An out-of-town meeting meant that I missed the cyber security seminar given by Navigant in London on 10 May. The speaker, as I wrote here, was Bob Anderson who heads Navigant’s growing Global Information Security Practice. Legal IT Insider carries … Continue reading

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Consilio: 11.5 million reasons for law firms to take data security seriously

Even before its acquisition of Huron Legal, Consilio was extending its range from international eDiscovery services into consultancy and pre-emptive advice to organisations about the management and control of information. Huron Legal’s range of services included a strong specialisation in … Continue reading

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Relativity webinar on 27 April: From Ashley Madison to the eBay hack – cybersecurity best practices

Relativity is presenting a webinar on 27 April with the title From Ashley Madison to the eBay hack – cybersecurity best practices. It is said that one third of in-house counsel have admitted that their companies have experienced a data … Continue reading

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Consilio survey: inadvertent disclosure of sensitive data of cloud-based applications

Consilio has long been known as a global expert in eDiscovery and document review services. Increasingly, and not least since its acquisition of Huron Legal last year, it is extending its reach into the wider field of law firm and … Continue reading

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Getting ready for Guidance Software’s Enfuse conference in Las Vegas

Guidance Software’s Enfuse conference (formerly CEIC) takes place in Las Vegas from 23 to 26 May. Apart from a few diehard forensics types, I must be one of the longest-standing speakers at this event, watching it grow over the years … Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on 1 December: 5 Things your board needs to know about security

Guidance Software is presenting a webinar on 1 December with the title 5 things your board needs to know about security. The webinar is aimed at those whose job may require them at any moment to explain to the board … Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on 30 July: Inside counsel takes control – 2015 eDiscovery survey

Earlier this year, Guidance Software undertook a survey aimed at identifying trends in the management of eDiscovery, cybersecurity, information governance and other issues. The questions were aimed at finding out what subjects were of increasing importance, and how they were … Continue reading

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Technology Law Conference 2015 in Singapore: the Future of Money and Data

The Singapore Academy of Law is organising a conference to take place in Singapore on 29 and 30 June. It is called Technology Law Conference 2015: the Future of Money and Data. Its theme is that technology offers both utopian … Continue reading

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Blurmany and Spain, you and me – the trade-off between convenience and privacy

Loss of privacy is the price we pay for the convenience of Internet and mobile technology. Different countries and different age groups accord varying degrees of value to the one and to the other. Germany and Spain have their own … Continue reading

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Regional and personal data privacy controls in the local cloud from Bloomberg Vault

Compliance with data privacy controls is much more than an eDiscovery / eDisclosure problem. Those whose primary focus is eDiscovery tend to see data privacy compliance as an obstacle which stands in the way and complicates data collection for litigation … Continue reading

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CY4OR takes social media advice to HR and the workplace

Much of the proactive advice which companies need about eDisclosure and data security is aimed at IT departments who have the job of managing data, and at legal departments who have responsibility for the company’s potential eDisclosure obligations. HR departments … Continue reading

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Getting on with the basics at CEIC as the eDiscovery world spins a little faster

I could sit here all morning trying to come up with a succinct heading which captures everything which is going on in eDiscovery / eDisclosure at the moment. The big things happening at a corporate level have greater long-term significance … Continue reading

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The cost of data security breach notifications

At first sight, the publication on 10 December of an article headed Data security – is Europe still lagging behind the US? brings a wry smile here. We are used to US articles speaking in condescending terms about everything from … Continue reading

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