Almost all law firms will possess sensitive client and business information, ranging from client intellectual property to legally privileged information.

Ensuring that this information is appropriately protected, whilst allowing collaboration and efficient information exchange will become ever more important and indeed an expectation of clients. 7Safe can help clients in this sector secure their systems so that they are able to secure confidential information in their possession.

Legal firms are also increasingly facing the challenge of managing large volumes of digital evidence which can overwhelm their staff. We are experts in the field of eDiscovery and have worked with reputed law firms to ensure that digital evidence is managed and presented in a legally permissible manner. We are also recognised experts in the field of digital evidence, having produced the  ACPO Good Practice Guide for Computer-Based Evidence in partnership with the ACPO E-Crime Working Group and the Metropolitan Police Service.

As part of PA Consulting Group, we are also able to combine our technical cyber security expertise with deep industry knowledge and skills in management consulting, technology and innovation. .

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