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DLP Tagger integrates your DLP solution and DMS to protect your firm from inadvertent data leaks
In today’s environment, it imperative for firms to ensure their data is safe – not just from breaches, but from loss or unintended leaks. Yet law firm data security and data protection programs are complex, with many integrated elements. HBR Consulting’s DLP Tagger is a sophisticated utility that continuously applies and updates file properties (tags like client, matter or security classification) to document management system (DMS) documents, allowing firms to fully leverage their DLP solutions to comply with outside counsel guidelines and other client-driven data security requirements.

Join Scott Springer, Managing Director at HBR Consulting, for a demonstration of how DLP Tagger software integrates with a firm’s current document management systems to:

• Track documents by tagging them with meaningful metadata
• Block attempts to send protected client documents to external recipients
• Address strict data security requirements of outside counsel guidelines
• Satisfy financial and other regulatory requirements
• Works seamlessly with third-party DLP mail endpoint solutions, web gateways, and Microsoft Unified Labeling
• Integration out of the box with iManage and NetDocuments

Sep 19, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Scott Springer
Managing Director @HBR Consulting
Scott serves as a managing director in the Advisory business at HBR Consulting (HBR). Scott manages HBR’s software solutions, including SpendConnect, CounselCommand, CounselGuide, and a suite of information governance solutions. HBR’s software solutions are driven by client needs, and Scott works closely with HBR’s practice groups to design solutions that reduce risk, identify cost savings opportunities, and improve controls, all while fostering enhanced user collaboration. Among the solutions Scott oversees are the market share leading contract management solution for law firm vendor-based agreements and law firm spend analytics solutions managing over $18B in annual spend.