Of course, the very first step is learning the basics—because you can’t implement what you don’t understand.
On April 18, John deCraen, senior director at Alvarez & Marsal, joined Nik Balepur, solutions architect at Relativity, to share his experiences with e-discovery’s unique cyber risks.
The takeaways shared by John and Nik are important lessons for anyone in the legal tech world. Perhaps most interesting was their definition of the three pillars of cybersecurity: threats, vulnerability, and risk. Take a look at what those pillars entail and how they fit into the e-discovery space in the embedded Slideshare below.
Additionally, the audience had some great questions about cybersecurity. Check out a handful that highlight the e-discovery community’s top concerns about security in today’s landscape in the Relativity Community.
Now that we’re well into the second quarter, what cybersecurity improvements has your team made this year? Let us know in the comments or @RelativityHQ on Twitter.