In-House Tech

Jury Consulting Gets Emotional With the Help of Technology

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

Jury consultant Susan Constantine is employing facial recognition software, but the jury is still out on the tool's efficacy and impact.

Brian Stearns and Mark Woolfolk of Morae Legal

For Legal Departments, Tech Enables Broader Transformation

By Rhys Dipshan |

Morae Legal managing directors Brian Stearns and Mark Woolfolk discuss how legal technology enables corporate legal to rethink how it approaches and delegates work.

Karen Taylor, Anaqua.

Inside Asia's Legal Technology Evolution With Anaqua's Karen Taylor

By Rhys Dipshan |

Corporations operating in Asia are turning to legal technology to manage IP assets and work more efficiently on a global scale.

Cyber Crime: How Architects, Engineers and Contractors May Be at Risk

By Daniel Gmelin, Hiscox, Property Casualty 360 |

The risk management rundown on making sure your company, no matter the size, is protected from common cyber risks.

Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Introduces New Data Governance, Threat Intelligence Offerings for Office 365

By Zach Warren |

For legal, Microsoft is trying to streamline records retention and deletion while keeping data in place.

Integration for Investigation: kCura/Videris Partnership Pulls Web Data to Connect Dots

By Ian Lopez |

kCura and Videris are betting their integration can vastly improve the efficiency of analyzing data sets by aligning internal and external data sets.

Regulatory Scrutiny Ramping Up in the Rapidly Expanding Internet of Things

By Natasha Kohne and Crystal Roberts, Akin Gump |

All three major branches of the federal government, as well as the states, have begun to tackle regulation of the IoT.

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Twitter, Yelp Strike $5.3M Settlement in App Privacy Case

By Ross Todd |

Eight app makers have agreed to settle a California class action accusing them of accessing the address books of Apple customers without permission.

Legal Departments Face High Data Breach Risk, But Few Easy Solutions

By Rhys Dipshan |

Operational, cultural and implementation barriers can challenge corporate legal's attempts to secure volumes of sensitive company data.

Preparing for Ransomware Attacks: Your Company Is a Target

By Ryan Bergsieker and Allison Chapin, Gibson Dunn |

Planning ahead is essential, and legal teams should consider these nine tips when assessing their companies' readiness.

Cybervillains Lurk on LinkedIn

By Steve Thomas |

Hardly a day goes by without news of another data breach, online scam, new malware threat, or other success story from the annals of organized cybercrime.

Data Collection Is a Top Concern for Drone Operators' Counsel

By David Ruiz |

In-house counsel who spoke on a panel about drone laws and regulation at the Emerging Technologies and Torts of the Future Conference in Menlo Park named their top worries.

What Companies Can Demand From Law Firms on Data Security

By C. Ryan Barber |

The Association of Corporate Counsel on Wednesday released its first set of model cybersecurity practices to help corporate legal departments ensure that outside firms safeguard their company's confidential information. Since 2014, the percentage of top in-house lawyers characterizing data breaches as "extremely" important rose from 19 percent to 26 percent this year.

Hacker Tries Extortion Plot vs. Apple, but Co. Says it Is Not Harmed; Here's What To Do

By Sue Reisinger |

While Apple says users are safe, the event underscores the importance for companies to be prepared for cyber events, says Alston & Bird partner.