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Practicing Law Securely — Be Aware

Lawyers owe a high duty to their clients to protect the confidentiality, security, and privacy of communications, documents and data of their engagements.
Common Mistakes When Sharing Business Information

Here are four common mistakes employees make when sharing information, and best practices organizations can follow to alleviate risks.
Remote Monitoring of Investigator-Held Documents

Across industries, companies are looking for new ways to reduce time, save money and make processes efficient. Even more so in the life sciences industry.
Show your support by voting for Intralinks VIA! in the UP-Start Cloud Awards.

Show your support by voting for Intralinks VIA as “Best Document Management Solution” and “Best Web Collaboration Solution” in the UP-Start Cloud Awards.
Intralinks Information Rights Management

Information Rights Management (IRM) helps secure the enterprise. Intralinks IRM by design™ protects sensitive information no matter how it's shared.
CollaboristaBlog Roundup

Welcome to your weekly guide on data security and privacy updates. This week features new file sharing research by Ponemon Institute and cybersecurity news.
Is Secure Enterprise Collaboration a Holy Grail?

It seems that all organizations need the Holy Grail for enterprise data sharing: The elusive Holy Grail of secure, user-friendly enterprise collaboration.
Organizations Risk Data Loss Due to Lack of Visibility in Employee File Sharing  

New research confirms that organizations have poor visibility into which file sharing applications are being used in the enterprise to share information.
Cybersecurity: If You Can’t Patch Stupid, Lead by Example - Joshua Greenbaum

Focusing consumer thinking on the nitty-gritty of securing content represents an important milestone in the convergence of content management and security.
CollaboristaBlog Roundup

Welcome to your weekly guide on the most interesting data sharing, security, and privacy news and events. This week features Dropbox, recent hacks and security best practices.
Hackers Target Dropbox, Exposing Risk of Consumer Sync and Share

Anonymous hackers claim they stole Dropbox login information. Although Dropbox is denying these claims, here are a few precautionary tips you can take.
The “Drop” in Dropbox Is Real

Dropbox lived up to its name — “dropping” and accidentally deleting some user files. Apparently, a malfunction in Dropbox Selective Sync feature was the culprit, says CNET.

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