Supercharging Privilege Review With AI, Analytics, and Automation


Artificial intelligence (AI) is considered as one of the most rapidly evolving technologies revolutionizing today's digital world. Through analytics, AI provides a smoother delivery of services by streamlining, automating, and expediting various processes while saving time and expenses. Because of its potentials, AI's integration continues to expand into several industry spaces, including the legal landscape.

A Practical Guide in Drafting Data Privacy and Security Agreements: Mitigating Data Security Breaches


Contract provisions regarding data privacy and security have become crucial because of the recent upsurge of cybersecurity threats and breaches. These risks have underscored the need for every business to implement strong and effective data management programs to avoid further financial and reputational losses associated with cyberattacks. However, the stream of new privacy laws and the varying jurisdictions have brought complexities to this effort.

The Right Stuff: Deploying Modern Analytics for Today’s Critical Data Challenges


Much has been said about exploding data volumes and emerging data types as technology evolves, contributing to the ever-growing challenges for legal professionals. However, less attention has been paid to the equally powerful analytics tools that have emerged as AI continues to advance. To master a new era of data—defined by its complex variety, growing volume, increased velocity, and challenging veracity—teams need the right analytics solutions. In this panel discussion, experts Mark Noel, Director, Advanced Client Data Solutions of Hogan Lovells, Sam Sessler, Assistance Director of Global eDiscovery Services at Norton Rose Fulbright, Bradley Johnston, Senior Counsel, eDiscovery of Cardinal Health, and Paige Hunt, Vice President of Global Discovery Solutions at Lighthouse, will discuss emerging trends in analytics tools and provide best practices for utilizing them to tackle urgent data challenges.

Restoring Trust and Integrity to Cybersecurity


As cyber incidents become increasingly sophisticated and complex, the Biden administration has to step up its initiatives to ensure the effective implementation of cybersecurity and privacy in both public and private sectors. One of these measures includes the recently signed Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity (EO 14028) which requires the Federal Government to work with the private sector in promoting a safer cyberspace and adapting to the dynamic virtual environment. 

How to Effectively Protect Sensitive Data: A Comprehensive Guide


Today's digitally-dependent market requires businesses to store all sorts of data into their systems. From simple day-to-day transactions and records to the most sensitive company and client data, business processes have now evolved in order to accommodate and effectively implement the complex nature of data protection. Adding to these complexities is the increasing number of data breaches which was driven by the abrupt cloud migration when the pandemic started.

Storage & Backup Security; The Final Frontier
Threat Landscape, Industry Readiness, and Practical Advice


Along with the digitization of many business processes, companies need to address the various cyber threats today’s landscape presents. If not properly managed, these cyber risks could lead to significant IT outages, eventually crippling business operations. As ransomware – and other cyberattacks – become more sophisticated, it further underscores the need for security teams to advance their vulnerability management programs to ensure that any susceptibility to cyberattacks is proactively detected and repaired, and their data storage systems are secure and impenetrable.

Leveling Up Your Cybersecurity with Zero Trust: A Holistic Approach Against Today’s Threats


In today’s business climate where sophisticated cyberattacks continue to challenge organizations, cybersecurity programs must be anchored around the “zero trust” principle. This approach is a security scheme designed to ensure that critical assets are accessed by authenticated and authorized users only, preventing potential outside and inside threats.

Preventing Ransomware Attacks: A Practical Guide to Enhancing IT Security and Resiliency


Most, if not all, of today's businesses are turning to technology to improve the productivity of their business processes. While such an undertaking provides opportunities to increase the bottom line, the risks of sophisticated ransomware attacks that come along with it should never be ignored. Cybercriminals are here to stay with new tactics and strategies to hostage highly significant business data. If not properly addressed, ransomware attacks can result in significant technical, financial, and reputational damages.

Preparing, Responding and Recovering from a Cyber Incident: Tools and Techniques


Over the years, cyber incidents have become more and more rampant. Companies encounter various risks and challenges daily, that avoiding such attacks does not anymore suffice as a countermeasure. Companies must, therefore, develop a comprehensive cyber incident response and recovery plan that will efficiently protect them from risks, costs, and damages.

BPCIA Patent Dance: Navigating the Biosimilar Litigation Landscape in 2020


Since the beginning of 2019, the number of biosimilar litigation - particularly those concerning the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act (BPCIA) “patent dance” - has drastically increased. One of the notable BCPIA cases that are being closely watched, is Amgen’s legal battle with Novartis’ Sandoz arm over the Enbrel patent, in which the former intends to hold commercial exclusivity for Enbrel until 2029. The legal precedents established in this dispute are expected to impact the biosimilar market as well as the pending and future biosimilar patent lawsuits.

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