Australian and Asian legal document and digital solutions provider Law In Order is using security firm Darktrace’s cyber AI platform to protect sensitive client information.
In this article, Tim Macdermid from MarkLogic outlines the steps organisations need to take to ensure the data itself stays secure within the database.
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