HOW DO YOU CONTROL YOUR DATA ONCE IT'S LEFT YOUR NETWORK?
Safely share information with no digital boundaries
WHAT WE DO
SHARE INFORMATION WITHOUT SLOWING DOWN YOUR BUSINESS
We believe information security should align with your business process and not disrupt it. WikiLocks enables non-technical business users to securely share information within the world’s most common applications.
WHO WE HELP
WE HELP ORGANIZATIONS TO PROTECT SENSITIVE DATA.
WikiLocks is designed for legal, healthcare, military/government, and other organizations that depend on confidential information that must be securely shared with third parties.
HOW WE DO IT
SECURE INFORMATION SHARING WITHIN MINUTES.
Improving the efficiency and security of your information sharing activity starts with a deep understanding of your operations. Our premium support service provides an always-on resource to address your needs, when and where they occur.
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You don’t want to be on the wrong end of a data lawsuit.
Sharing your clients' files shouldn't have any loose ends. After multiple court cases, the legal system has decided it is your responsibility to protect your clients's data after it has left your network. Can you revoke access to certain files, or even certain parts? Try it now.
FOR HACKERS, ATTORNEY COMMUNICATIONS ARE EASY PREY
Why do hackers attack law firms?… To riff on bank robber Willie Sutton's famous quip — ‘Because that's where the secrets are.’
For legal, HR, and corporate counsel professionals, from the moment you start work, your very existence is shrouded in confidentiality and privilege. Therefore, almost every communication is vulnerable to creating a catastrophic result for your organization, your clients, and business partners. This white paper unravels the dangers to law firms and legal counsel professionals, and how to combat the growing threats to information privacy and security.
FTC V. WYNDHAM: EXPOSING COMPANIES TO DECADES OF GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
If your organization is hacked, the real damage may only have just begun.
Through researched examples and the FTC v. Wyndham Hotels proceedings, this case study discusses the potential risk factors associated with the C-Suite’s attention and actions, or lack thereof, toward cyber security as a corporate initiative.
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