ZEK’s Garrie and Griver Publish Article in Bloomberg BNA on “2016 – The Year of Cloud-Based E-Discovery?”
On January 4, 2016, ZEK’s Daniel Garrie and Yoav M. Griver published an article in Bloomberg BNA titled, “2016 – The Year of Cloud-Based E-Discovery?” In it, the authors discuss the fact that cloud-based solutions are now mature enough that law firms should begin to evaluate e-discovery cloud solutions for the potential cost savings to the firm, the likelihood of increased cyber security protections over client data offered by cloud-based solutions, and the decrease to their clients of the exorbitant costs often associated with the discovery process.
A full copy of the article can be found at the following link:
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Daniel Garrie is the co-head of ZEK’s Cybersecurity Practice, and coordinates the firm’s privacy, forensics and e-discovery practices. He is a renowned e-discovery special master and thought leader in the fields of computer forensics, cyber security, e-discovery, information governance and privacy. Daniel is editor-in-chief and founder of the Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare, a fellow at the Ponemon Information Privacy Institute, and a board member of the Bejing Law Review. He has written several books, including Plugged in Guide to Software and the Law, Thomson Reuters (1st Ed. 2015) and Cyber Warfare: Understanding the Law, Policy and Technology, LegalWorks (1st Ed. 2014).
Yoav M. Griver is a partner in Zeichner, Ellman and Krause LLP’s litigation group and a key member of its Cybersecurity practice. He works with clients to assess and secure computer systems, minimize cybersecurity risk liabilities, and ensure compliance with a panoply of regulatory frameworks and cybersecurity standards. Yoav frequently lectures on e-discovery, cybersecurity, and risk management issues nationally, and writes on these matters for a variety of journals, periodicals, and legal reviews. He is co-editor and an author of the multi-year treatise, Dispute Resolution and e-Discovery, which is published by Thomson Reuters.