Extract from Meg McLaughlin's article "How to Check Your Ediscovery Data Security in the Covid Era"
Maintaining Security in the Face of Change Over the last several weeks, we’ve seen companies of all shapes and sizes across the country make a fast and unexpected pivot to remote workplaces. Many of us are still sorting out what the short- and longer-term impact will be on our teams and our organizations.
For corporate legal teams, this shift to a remote workforce introduces new and complicating factors into the already-complex operations of litigation management. Many companies quickly adopted new collaboration tools like Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom to maintain communications, but without the full security review typically handled by IT and Legal.
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