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IT and Legal Perspectives on Data Security

Discovery Digest – Q4 2012

Legal and IT often clash over their different needs and priorities. But in order to ensure that clients' data remains secure, the two groups must cooperate and learn to play nice. In the third of this four-part series, we explore how the two departments can work together on records management, new hardware and software, cloud initiatives and keeping a current data map. In-house counsel may need to take the lead to stay in constant communication with IT and develop good working relationships.

From Part III: "IT and legal perspectives on data security"

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While the information in this article may deal with legal issues, it does not constitute legal advice. If you have specific questions related to information discussed in this article, you are encouraged to consult an attorney who can investigate the particular circumstances of your situation.

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