Planet Data is a proud sponsor of the 2019 International Privacy + Security Forum on April 3, 4 & 5 being held in Washington D.C.
Technology rules the world, and the legal world is no exception — from commodified personal data to artificial intelligence (AI) to security. So, what are the hottest legal tech trends we will see in 2019?
Major, Lindsey & Africa's Smart-Look Analytics platform can parse and analyze contracts at a paragraph-level.
In the context of a large corporate enterprise, data is the lifeblood of the company. It is arguably the most precious resource owned by an organization. Often, how it is leveraged and understood can be the difference between success and failure. We are in an era of massive data creation that is being accelerated by technology innovation and inexpensive storage. To add fuel to the fire, rapid global economic expansion is made more complicated by a proliferation of regulatory requirements covering the domains of health care, financial records and reporting, human resources, privacy and security.
Cellebrite Extraction Reports: FAQ
Russ Capps, Senior Forensics Consultant for Planet Data, weighs in with some tips and tricks in this excellent Q&A for ILTA. He tackles the most common questions and challenges our clients have when it comes to mobile forensics. Do you have a question of your own? Give Russ a call at 914-593-6900. Read more here.
A panel at George Washington University Law School will discuss new opportunities for law school graduates and their own work in privacy law.
By marrying people and technology, mid-sized firms can go to the hoop more often, with more success, even with a shortened time to litigation.
Software developers in the legal technology space may want to think long and hard before forgoing a patent.
What are the pain points faced by midsize law firms?
Brett Burney reviews Planet Data’s Exego Select early case assessment tool for LegalTech News