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Drew Deitch

Drew Deitch is manager of strategic partnerships at kCura, where he contributes to strategy and operational projects, coordinates with Relativity developer partners, and engages with the local Chicago tech community. He joined kCura in 2013 and holds a bachelor’s degree in cognitive neuroscience.

Recent Posts

3 Experts on What to Watch For in e-Discovery

2017-07-27+0000| | Community

Meet 3 Judges on the Supreme Court of e-DiscoveryEveryone from Harvard Business Review to TechCrunch has extolled the virtues of the platform model, and why platforms are good strategies for software companies. But why are platforms good for the users of that software?

The answer is simple: platforms allow for faster innovation, and more of it. When developers and service providers build on a platform, they can provide a customized experience for their clients and create solutions to solve users unique problems. The Relativity Innovation Awards celebrate this type of innovation, highlighting what you can do when you have technology that's flexible enough to solve any problem you encounter.

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Cybersecurity 101: Protecting Law Firms from ‘Bad Actor’ Entry via Email Phishing

2017-07-27+0000| | Community, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy

blog_protect-from-bad-actor-entry-via-email-phishing.pngHeadlines have made no secret that law firms are at particular risk of cyber attacks, and their vulnerability comes from both a lack of preparedness and the simple fact that their troves of sensitive client information make prime targets for baddies.

Simplified e-discovery is often a positive consequence of strong cybersecurity policies and diligent data protection, and plenty of tools and techniques help bolster those upstream processes. Paul Everton, founder and CEO of MailControl—a company whose Enterprise Privacy ShieldTM software helps law firms and others increase security against the rising threat of spymail—recently shared his thoughts on these techniques with us.

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