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Editor’s Note: A monthly cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery newsletter, Five Great Reads selects five top articles to inform legal, business, and technology professionals of key developments across cyber discovery, data discovery, and legal discovery. Published by ComplexDiscovery OÜ, a digital publication delivering insights on digital events and issues, the digest contextualizes relevant discoveries, regulations,

Editor’s Note: In an unprecedented display of international cooperation and strategic ingenuity, Operation Cronos has delivered a critical blow to the notorious LockBit ransomware gang. Spearheaded by Europol and supported by agencies from 11 countries, including the FBI and the UK National Crime Agency, this operation has not only dismantled one of the most formidable

Editor’s Note: As we mark the two-year anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the events of February 23, 2024, stand as a stark reminder of the enduring complexities and evolving dynamics of this protracted conflict. This analysis delves into the critical operational developments, strategic recalibrations, and international maneuvers that have characterized the day’s events,

Editor’s Note: In this edition of “Vendor Voices in eDiscovery,” we spotlight the latest developments and achievements across the eDiscovery landscape, underscoring their significance for professionals in cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery. This compilation of updates from key industry players—including Exterro’s data retention advancements, HaystackID’s award-winning AI for data privacy and cybersecurity, and Consilio’s expanded

Editor’s Note: In the rapidly evolving landscape of commerce, the article “Cash or Click? Navigating the Digital Transaction Dilemma” by ComplexDiscovery Staff delves into the burgeoning debate surrounding digital transactions versus traditional cash payments. This discussion is not only timely but crucial for professionals in cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery as it underscores the broader

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Editor’s Note: This concise analysis delves into the Winter 2024 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey, offering an invaluable glimpse into the current state and future trajectory of the eDiscovery industry. Drawing from the perspectives of 100 industry professionals, the report highlights the optimism, challenges, and strategic innovations shaping this dynamic field. As we navigate through technological

Editor’s Note: In an era where digital advancements are both a boon and a battleground, the concerted efforts of major tech giants like Meta Platforms, OpenAI, Microsoft, and Google, as highlighted in our latest feature, represent a beacon of collective resilience against cyber threats. This piece highlights multiple strategies employed by these corporations to combat

Editor’s Note: In the latest edition of our Industry News – Cybersecurity Beat, we cover the intricate web of cybersecurity challenges and geopolitical maneuvers that underscore the current international landscape. “China’s Covert War in Europe: Cyber Espionage to Strategic Dominance” unveils the unique strategies employed by China to assert its influence and technological supremacy across

Source Note: One of the most accurate and detailed sources for ongoing updates on the Ukraine crisis is the Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment from the Institute for the Study of War. The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) is a 501(c)(3) organization and produces strictly non-partisan, non-ideological, fact-based research. ISW seeks to promote an

Editor’s Note: In the developing landscape of sustainable business practices, Europe is leading the charge with a significant emphasis on compliance and innovation. The introduction of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) has set a new benchmark for EU-based companies. This movement not only mandates a reevaluation of

Editor’s Note: The release of APT’s 2024 Salary Guide marks a significant milestone in the landscape of eDiscovery, legal tech, cybersecurity, and privacy sectors. Founded in 2012 by Amit Pandit, APT Search has established itself as the United Kingdom’s premier recruitment specialist in these data-driven markets. This year’s salary guide, drawing from a wealth of

Editor’s Note: In the ever-evolving landscape of innovation, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) stands at the forefront of a pivotal discussion: the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the realm of inventorship. As AI capabilities burgeon, intersecting dramatically with human creativity, the USPTO’s recent guidelines mark a significant stance—AI systems cannot be

Editor’s Note: Legalweek 2024 in New York City marked a defining moment for the legal industry, presenting a clear junction between traditional practices and the burgeoning era of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI). This seminal event highlighted how GenAI is reshaping legal operations, from legal research and document drafting to confronting the economic realities smaller firms

Editor’s Note: The Hart Scott Rodino Act (HSR Act), a pivotal federal law, mandates companies to notify the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) before finalizing mergers or acquisitions involving certain assets or voting securities. This notification is part of the FTC and DOJ Premerger Notification Program, designed to enable a

Editor’s Note: In this succinct exploration, Rob Feigenbaum and Patrick Oot wade into the expanding intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and legal practice, particularly focusing on litigators’ application of AI tools to enhance their work’s efficiency and effectiveness. As AI’s footprint within the legal arena grows, its potential to transform traditional litigation workflows and methodologies