To protect your data you must first understand it – we can help you achieve both.

The legal sector is constantly entrusted with highly sensitive client data, often business critical or personally extremely private.

Big data is here, there are ever more ways to create data, and the legal system needs to cope with that increase.  Legal content  can be text documents, research data, video, photography, 3D modelling CAD files, digital xrays etc – digital legal matter management is a complex task without the rights tools.

Fines can be large for data breaches and lack of compliance, there is plenty of evidence highlighting the size and scale – enough to close businesses. But customer trust is also another big issue, reputation in a digital age can spread faster than ever.

So what value do data discovery, data classification and data protection have to your business? The instinct is to lead with data protection, and there is of course huge value there, but the value of a business understanding its data, and the value of employees appreciating the value of data also have business benefits. 

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SecureIdentity Platform - Data Loss Protection (DLP) solution from SecurEnvoy

The SecureIdentity Platform from SecurEnvoy delivers you a tool that ensures you can discover, classify and protect your data – any data, any location, any platform. It is a comprehensive tool that enables organisations to simply apply business effective policies, ensuring corporate policy compliance in a digital world.

The solution is modular, built from the ground up as a DLP solution, is data agnostic with extensive classification, is effective across Microsoft, Apple and Linux, provides coverage for endpoints, servers, network and cloud – it is a comprehensive solution.

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This white paper is designed to help you choose the right data loss prevention solution. It identifies the possibilities and functions of common applications and makes…

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* 60% of law firms reported an information security incident in the last year, with expectations of this number increasing – (Pricewaterhouse Coopers law firm survey)

** 14,000 data breaches were logged from May 2018 to May 2019, 89,271 within the EU – (BBc News / UK Information Commissioners Office)