Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Encryption
AttorneysBrief is committed to delivering bank-grade law firm security for cloud-based practice management system.
- All information travelling between your browser and AttorneysBrief is protected with 256-bit Secure Socket Layer Encryption.
- The encryption ensures the safety of the law firm's data. It also ensures that communication and data transmission between the firm and the clients are secured.
- This is in strict compliance with the same level of encryption used by banks online transaction, providing a secure connection when sending and receiving data.
- All stored data is encrypted with 256-bit AES encryption
Permissions (Internal Security)
Security remains an inevitable concern for law firms. Not only can poor security lead to the violation of the trust of your clients, it also put you at odds with legal regulations. AttorneysBrief provides high level internal security mechanism to restrict visibility of sensitive case/document information to certain users in your firm. You can set permissions to limit access to those authorised.
AttorneysBrief provides high level internal security mechanism to restrict visibility of sensitive case/document information to certain users in your firm.
For your internal security, an audit log is recorded for every single action any user takes in your system. Every file preview, download and change is time-stamped and easily traceable!
You can also create custom password policy for your team to require them to use extra complex passwords and change the passwords after your chosen intervals.
AttorneysBrief also logs the IP address of every session for your account and actions taken by your users to help you monitor for suspicious activity.
Data Privacy Regulation Compliance
AttorneysBrief and Data Privacy Regulations
AttorneysBrief is supportive of the privacy regulations in all regions of our operation and in forefront of data security standards for legal service providers.
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a privacy law that mandates standards on companies that store or process the personal data of EU residents. GDPR enables individuals to provide great transparency into how their data is stored, processed, deleted, and used, and becomes effective on May 25, 2018. It applies to all businesses that hold any information of individuals located within the EU. For more information about the GDPR, please click here
AttorneysBrief & GDPR Obligations
AttorneysBrief’s data security measures, policies, and practices ensure that the data processed on behalf of our customers is well-protected and in line with the requirements of the GDPR. A big part of the GDPR covers an individual’s data rights, which we support, including but not limited to:
- Data portability on demand
- Data destruction
- Data protection by design and by default
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