Data security is a critical component of running a successful law firm. A firm is full of sensitive case information, records, and documents that require a strong safeguard against corruption and data loss. Failing to keep data secure is more than just a huge risk for you and your firm—it can also have incredibly negative consequences for your clients. Should any client information be corrupted, this can result in major data law complications. With this in mind, the need for an effective lawyer software is even more crucial in today’s digital age than ever.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation went into effect on May 25, 2018, defining how personal data must be stored, used and processed. Meaning EU citizens have the possibility to influence who and in which way can manage their personal data. These rules affect all organizations working with EU citizens’ personal data.
What’s the big deal? Well, it is not just a big deal, it is kind of a HUGE deal. During the past months, Amberlo has earned the ISO 27001 (Cloud Services Security) and ISO 27017 (Information Security Management) certifications.
On the 25th of May 2018 new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules are enforced, defining how personal data must be stored, used, and processed. After GDPR takes effect, EU citizens will have the possibility to influence who and in which way can manage their personal data. These rules affect all organizations working with EU citizens’ personal data.
While working with matters and clients it is important to have sufficient information to perform a certain task or make a decision. Too less information can lead to wrong results and too much information can result in time wasted trying to figure out which information is relevant to perform a certain task.