- The attorney’s ability to assess the level of security afforded by the technology, specifically: (i) Consideration of how the particular technology differs from other media use; (ii) Whether reasonable precautions may be taken when using the technology to increase the level of security; (iii) Limitations of who is permitted to monitor the use of the technology, to what extent and on what grounds.
- The legal ramifications to third parties of intercepting, accessing or exceeding authorized use of another person’s electronic information;
- The degree of sensitivity of the information;
- Possible impact on the client of an inadvertent disclosure of privileged or confidential information or work product
- The urgency of the situation
- Client instructions and circumstances
With individualized one-on-one training (done by a human, not videos over the internet) and U.S. based servers, attorneys can feel confident trusting their data with Online Legal Software.