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Ediscovery buyers guide

At last month’s CLOC conference, Everlaw’s VP of Business Development Jon Kerry-Tyerman caught up with Brett Burney of the eDiscovery Buyers Guide. Jon and Brett discussed cost predictability and managing costs in-house, as well as four-week release cycles, managing your chronology, and audio/video transcriptions, among other things. Check out the interview below!  

Cyberscoop 2018

At Cyberscoop’s San Francisco CyberTalks event this past April, Essye Miller, Acting CIO and DCIO for Cybersecurity at the Department of Defense (DOD), raised important points on data security and risk, which government agencies must navigate in procurement. In a security fireside chat with Marianne Bailey, Deputy National Manager for National Security Systems, NSA, Ms.
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Decimal Number Productions, Uploads, Spreadsheets & More

Everlaw’s regular release cadence means that sometimes we introduce expansive new features to our toolset and sometimes we make improvements to existing ones. In last Friday’s release, we introduced a series of improvements to a number of features you’ve likely already made use of: productions, spreadsheets, uploads, and exports. Productions: Produce to Decimal Bates Numbers
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Risk Mitigation Spring Clean: Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Security Stance

Spring 2018 is blooming within a complex world of privacy concerns, data security risks, and heightened user awareness. For any organization, it’s a good time to renew and refresh security awareness within corporate operations and law firms. Here are five areas to consider to improve your privacy and security stance and enhance team member awareness:
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Lisa Hawke on the a16z Podcast: What to Know about GDPR

Today on the blog: more GDPR! Lisa Hawke, Everlaw’s VP of Security of Compliance, was recently interviewed for the a16z Podcast by Steven Sinofsky, in the episode “What to Know about GDPR.” Steven, current a16z board member and former President of the Windows Division at Microsoft, got Lisa’s take on how the GDPR carries what’s
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