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New report: employee work habits risk data breaches Subscribe Email Print

How the changing work environment is creating new data security challenges

The much anticipated Internet Trend 2015 report has been released by Mary Meeker, General Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. The reports gives a great window into what is coming in tech.

It reports that that while Internet user growth has slowed, the impact of how Internet is being used continues to change rapidly. Whilst many changes appear to reflect consumer interests  - eg: Social Media, Netflix – these changes also have a major impact on enterprises.
 
Regardless of who owns a device, the need for mobility and use of personal devices impacts enterprise data security. The report says 6 out of 10 of the most used apps in the world are
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Defining the Risk from Social Media Subscribe Email Print

yellowtriangleWhen experts talk about social media risk, the conversations focus on how to control how Social Media tools are used.

Clearly, access to Social Media tools place employee communications outside of the organization's control, as a result of it being:

  • a real-time communication,
  • a rapid one-to-many publication through private and public networks and
  • a democratization of access to individuals and audiences.

As defined on the JD Supra blog, and Blue Hills' Social Media Risk report, the risk from using Social Media is not in the communication itself, but in deeper worries: sensitive corporate information disclosure, reputational harm, fraud and conflicts of interest. These are not unique to Social Media but manifest themselves very

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Get your electronic discovery together for social media governance and ediscovery Subscribe Email Print

There was a time when the production of information in civil litigation primarily consisted of the exchange of hard-copy, paper records. Those days are long gone.

Now we live in an age that features all kinds of electronic data. It is critical to get it correct when it comes to Electronic Discovery -  as the downside consequences for getting it wrong can be severe.

Duane Morris reports that as soon as litigation happens or is reasonably believed to be on the horizon, it is imperative to implement a "legal hold" to preserve potentially relevant data. In this way, relevant data will not be destroyed. The failure to preserve relevant data can lead to charges of spoliation of evidence. Actual spoliation can lead to court orders excluding

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