Security Audits: Prepare Your Firm to Meet Your Current and Potential Client Requirements

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Now, more than ever, law firms are expected to effectively safeguard their documents against ever-evolving threats.

Recent high-profile data breaches at global and smaller firms have led your current and potential clients to increase scrutiny of their outside counsels’ cybersecurity. International banks, major corporations, and government agencies are focused on vetting the internal controls and security practices of legal document systems and requiring extensive disclosures on compliance and information governance practices.

Download this article to get access to insight from Alvin Tedjamulia, CTO and co-founder of NetDocuments, and Michael Kraft, founder and CEO of Kraft Kennedy, as they dissect key security requirements that your potential and current clients are requiring in a security audit including:

Encryption requirements
Datacenter best practices that address questions often raised in RFPs and audits by clients
End-user protection and technologies that improve the safeguarding data from the back end and front-end
Certifications that your Cloud DMS provider should have to ensure maximum value
Graphic of the pdf Security Audits with locks on the cover that are connected to each other.
Graphic of the pdf Security Audits with locks on the cover that are connected to each other.

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