Elevate eDiscovery in 2024 with Next-gen Solutions for Persistent Problems

By |2024-04-03T09:17:31-04:00March 6th, 2024|AI, blog, eDiscovery, Trending|

Shifting legal complexities and technological advancements continue to shape the ever-evolving landscape of eDiscovery. As in almost every other industry, AI dominates the conversation around eDiscovery in 2024. But other trends also play a key role, from complex privacy regulations to the challenges of diverse file formats. AI Plays Both Sides Last year, we predicted that AI would streamline the eDiscovery process by suggesting related documents and providing deep insights. And it did. For instance, AI has taken technology assisted review (TAR) to new levels. Clearly, AI will continue to figure prominently in eDiscovery strategies and discussions this year. But

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Phishing in 2024: What the Lures Look Like and How Not to Get Caught

By |2024-04-03T09:21:45-04:00February 14th, 2024|AI, article, blog, Email security|

In the old days (that is, a couple of years ago), grammar mistakes and clumsy attempts to personalize signaled a possible phishing attack. Unwary users still got caught, but common sense and email filters provided pretty good protection. Phishing in 2024 has evolved to a more dangerous level, and both users and organizations need to strengthen their defenses. Recent studies show an alarming increase in phishing attacks. A study by Acronis, for instance, reports an increase of over 200% in email attacks just in the last six months. Despite being one of the oldest attack vectors, email remains one of

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