Today we announced that Glaser Weil, an LA-based law firm, has purchased cleanDocs server for metadata cleaning. cleanDocs server will enable the firm to minimize the risk of an email data breach by covering all email exit points, including mobile devices.
Glaser Weil is an award-winning firm, recognized on the 2019 “Best Law Firms” list from US News. Attorneys at Glaser Weil are also multi-award winners – in 2019, their achievements included being featured on Variety’s 2019 Dealmakers List, nominated for “Leaders in Law” Awards by the Los Angeles Business Journal and having one of its lawyers inducted into the California Lawyers Association’s “Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame.”
Mark Karnick, Chief Information Officer at Glaser Weil, explained that it was cleanDocs server’s ability to make metadata cleaning invisible to the end user that won the firm over. “Our lawyers want to know that when they hit send on an email, no sensitive information is going with it in the form of hidden metadata. Because we can configure metadata cleaning to happen automatically, our staff don’t have to worry about it when they’re rushing to meet a filing deadline, for example. It’s built into their emailing workflow, and that gives both the individual and the firm peace of mind when it comes to data security.”
cleanDocs server is a highly-configurable metadata management application. It can be set up to clean metadata according to corporate policies, which requires no user interaction, or to display alerts that are triggered by certain metadata types. cleanDocs server protects anyone who sends emails from the desktop, mobile devices, Outlook Web Access, or any other email-enabled application by ensuring no hidden metadata slips through the cracks.
Bob Moore, DocsCorp VP of Sales, Americas, said, “every law firm will have its own requirements for metadata cleaning and data loss prevention in general. The strength of cleanDocs server is in its ability to adapt to those needs. That way, data security isn’t a burden, but a seamless part of everyday workflows.”