|By Marketwired .||
|January 9, 2014 12:10 PM EST||
MCLEANSVILLE, NC -- (Marketwired) -- 01/09/14 -- The heated topic of security audits will be tackled by the world's leading law firms at an interactive round-table session at American Legal Media's 10th Annual Law Firm Chief Information Officers Forum. Litera announced today that former Freshfields Brukhaus Deringer CIO, Paul Domnick, will moderate the discussion "Strategic Approaches to Managing Client Information Security Audits," a topic requested by many top firms who have recently experienced exponential increases in the volume, complexity and cost of the audits coming from their largest clients.
"What if you could go into every client information security audit with complete confidence?" asks Paul Domnick, Litera board of directors. "This was the key question we asked in designing a thought provoking discussion that will spark useful takeaway ideas. Ultimately, we want to turn what many CIO's see as a negative into something that enhances the firm's relationship with the client."
The discussion will include:
- Rights management to protect content at the information level
- Automating processes to eliminate user error and better protect client data
- Driving information governance without inhibiting lawyer productivity
- Secure external file sharing and collaboration
- Certifications to reduce scope of audit
- Leveraging audits to gain firm leadership support for key IT initiatives
Litera's roundtable will take place at 3:55 PM on Wednesday, February 5th (Table 7) at the Hilton New York Hotel. Learn more at the Litera Events Page.
Litera offers a comprehensive content risk management suite of cyber-secure document creation, collaboration, and control technology that provides organizations with unsurpassed content confidence. Litera's patented solutions increase productivity throughout the document lifecycle, and enable more secure and effective collaboration between people, teams and organizations to empower ideas that drive success. Litera solutions offer information workers and mobile professionals the ability to manage their documents and data with a degree of control not available through any other applications on the market. Learn more at www.litera.com