eDiscovery Data Points are selected articles published on the ComplexDiscovery blog and shared to update legal, information technology, and business professionals on the art and science of data discovery and legal discovery.
Five Great Reads on Cyber, Data, and Legal Discovery for June 2022
From eDiscovery ecosystem players and pricing to data breach investigations and insurance, the June 2022 edition of the Five Great Reads on Cyber, Data, and Legal Discovery newsletter provides a selection of recent research, reports, and articles to update and inform cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery professionals on cyber, data, and legal discovery.
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Considering Cross-Border Data Exchange? The European Interoperability Landscape Report 2022 from NIIS
According to a new report from the Nordic Institute for Interoperability Solutions (NIIS), the delivery of cross-border digital public services largely depends on the ability of public administrations and businesses to transfer data across borders. Trusted, interoperable, and secure data-exchange solutions that are essential for delivering cross-border services are also crucial for establishing the Single Digital Gateway (SDG) and building a functioning European Digital Single Market (DSM). However, the current landscape of European cross-border data-exchange initiatives is unclear, especially regarding different solutions, roles, specifications, and the technological differences between them.
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Early Lessons from the Cyber War: A New Microsoft Report on Defending Ukraine
According to a new report from Microsoft, the Russian invasion relies in part on a cyber strategy that includes at least three distinct and sometimes coordinated efforts—destructive cyberattacks within Ukraine, network penetration and espionage outside Ukraine, and cyber influence operations targeting people around the world. The report provides an update and analysis on each of these areas and the coordination among them. It also offers ideas about how to better counter these threats in this war and beyond, with new opportunities for governments and the private sector to work better together.
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Remember the First? Casepoint Achieves U.S. Department of Defense IL5 ATO Security Authorization
According to Amy Hilbert, EVP of Government Solutions at Casepoint, "DoD OGC had the foresight to pave the way for a secure cloud eDiscovery solution that could be used for sensitive data. Casepoint is honored to have the opportunity to work alongside DoD and DISA and provide a highly secure cloud environment to move their eDiscovery to the cloud. DoD elements and services, as well as, other federal departments and agencies with mission-critical system needs can now pursue their own instance of Casepoint's innovative legal discovery platform for their CUI needs with the DISA authorization."
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Drastic Steps? Ukraine Conflict Assessments in Maps (June 18 – 22, 2022)
According to a recent update from the Institute for the Study of War, the appointment of a separate commander over the Southern Military District, and the replacement of the commander of the SMD in the middle of major combat operations, is a drastic step that would speak to severe crises within the Russian high command, and possibly a purge by the Kremlin. Such drastic rotations within the Russian military, if true, are not actions taken by a force on the verge of a major success and indicate ongoing dysfunction in the Kremlin’s conduct of the war.
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From Continuity to Culture? Preserving and Securing Ukrainian Public and Private Sector Data
Highlighted by ComplexDiscovery prior to the start of the current Ukrainian Conflict, data embassies are an innovative approach to the digital continuity of nation-states as they serve as extensions of a nation-state's cloud through state-owned server resources outside of the nation-state's physical territorial boundaries. However, beyond the sovereignty-based need for data embassies, nation-states also need to plan and prepare to preserve and secure vital data ranging from government, education, and banking information to private sector registries and databases to ensure the continuity of commerce, coordination, and culture.
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