Freshfields Earns Recognition for Innovative Use of HotDocs

Global law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP took home the Most Innovative Use Award at this year's HotDocs User Group annual meeting for their groundbreaking use of HotDocs document automation platform to support one the largest and most complex matters the firm has ever delivered. Their vision is full integration of HotDocs document automation platform with proprietary Artificial Intelligence technology.

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Marriot Hack Impacts 500 Million Guests

This morning Marriott announce a massive data breach of their Starwood guest reservation database, exposing the personal information of 500 million guests who stayed at hotel chains including W, St. Regis, Sheraton, and Westin. If you have stayed at a Marriott owned property any time prior to September 10th of this year, you may be affected. Even more troubling, hackers have had what Marriott describes as “unauthorized access” to the database since 2014, giving them access to guests’ personal information including name, address, passport number, date of birth, and more—including an unspecified number who had their credit card details exposed.

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AbacusNext Supports Victims of California Wildfires

Between the Camp Fire to the North and the Woolsey fire to the South, California is gripped by two of the most devastating wildfires in the state’s history. Nearly a quarter million acres have burned, destroying almost 11,000 homes and businesses and claiming dozens of lives. We want to do our part to help provide relief for the victims of the Camp and Woolsey fires. 

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Fax Lovers Beware, Hackers Love Them Too

Are you one of the 89 percent of businesses that still use fax to transfer confidential documents or obtain time-sensitive signatures? If so, you’ll want to pay careful attention to the recent news headlines that highlight the surprising vulnerabilities of what many businesses consider to be their most secure device onsite – their fax machines

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The Facebook Hack: What You Need to Do to Protect Yourself

On September 28, 2018, Facebook made headlines announcing its latest high-volume data breach. Due to a vulnerability in the social network’s code, approximately 50 million user accounts found their personal data suddenly at risk.

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