Prosperoware Breaks New Ground In Managing Internal Data Security With Milan 3.0Prosperoware Breaks New Ground In Managing Internal Data Security With Milan 3.0
Milan 3.0 adds capability to manage information security across multiple systems on a "need to know" basis
August 16, 2013
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Prosperoware Milan 3.0, an integrated platform for information governance, now includes a new module that helps firms move gracefully to a "need-to-know"
security model. Milan Confidentiality Management is the latest addition to the product modules Prosperoware offers to help firms manage information security across multiple systems. With Milan Confidentiality Management, firms maintain the ethical walls they have in place for lateral hires and regulatory requirement while giving users the ability to make self-service requests for access to matters and documents and authorizing matter owners and their designees, such as the service desk, to grant or deny access on a need-to-know basis.
This new module, which is a web-based application, provides of layers of governance for different parts of the organization and different business scenarios to help the firm secure matters as confidential without erecting barriers to getting work done. Milan Confidentiality Management provides layers of governance for different parts of the organization to streamline processes for securing matters as confidential without erecting barriers to getting work done. Milan Confidentiality Management makes it easy for small risk teams to establish confidentiality policies and for users and the service desk to work within those policies.
Milan Confidentiality Management addresses three critical challenges law firms have today:
-- The need for unique workflows within the firms' risk management policies
to support stakeholders with different requirements
-- The need to provide on-demand document and matter self-service to make
sharing content with someone else in organization quick and easy
-- The need to prevent accidental failure to follow firm policy Supporting quotes
"One in four law firms reported being hacked last year," said Keith Lipman, President and cofounder of Prosperoware. "As the threat from hackers escalates, law firms and other professional services are taking a hard look at information governance and the steps they need to take to make more information confidential.
"However, an information governance strategy has no value unless end users actually put their documents and email into electronic files and manage them within established policies. That's what this new release of Milan allows them to do without erecting barriers to getting work done."
Milan Confidentiality Management
Manage information security across multiple systems with self-service requests and approvals on a "need to know" basis while maintaining your standard ethical walls.
-- Policy Center
Makes it easy for small Risk teams to establish confidentiality policies
and for users and the service desk to work within those policies.
-- Self-service options for document and matters
Makes it easy to securely share information. Users simply request access
within the document management system, which sends an email to the
appropriate person that includes a link to click to approve or deny
access. With the right permissions, the service desk can also grant
permission on behalf of author, operator, matter owner, or the Risk
-- Multiple types of information barriers across multiple systems
Designed to address a variety of business scenarios and to support all
of the system in the firm. Supports multiple types of information
barrier policies--including inclusionary, exclusionary, contractor, and
competitive--across multiple systems. Milan currently supports HP
Autonomy WorkSite, file shares, and any system that stores security in a
SQL database, including Legal Key, Aderant, Elite, and IRM. Prosperoware
will provide out-of-the box support for other common systems in the
Resources and links
Prosperoware will showcase its software offerings at ILTA's 36th Annual Education Conference August 18-22 at Ceasar's Palace in Las Vegas in Booth 216 and demonstrating its products in Forum Ballroom 05.
For more information about the Milan Confidentiality Module and other Milan 3.0 enhancements, click here.
Prosperoware delivers a family of software products and integrated platforms to improve matter centricity, information governance, remote access, WorkSite and SharePoint integration, and pricing and experience management. Prosperoware enables lawyers and professional staff to manage a wide range of document-intensive processes without IT support across multiple systems, including iManage WorkSite, Microsoft SharePoint, and any system that stores security in a SQL database. Prosperoware clients include BakerHostetler, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP, Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP, DLA Piper, Hill Dickinson, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP, Duane Morris LLP, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP, and White & Case. Prosperoware has offices in Europe, Asia, and the U.S. To learn more, go to prosperoware.com
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