Legal Tech News
A month ago, using any video conference platform for work was likely only a convenience. Now, as businesses shut down offices and turn to remote work, legal professionals are finding that such technology has become a necessity. But with the greater usage, some have found having confidential, highly sensitive discussions through a screen difficult.
Michael Hellbusch told LegalTech News that sometimes video conference platforms contain nondefault privacy controls users must be taught to activate.
“Let’s go beyond the default if the company isn’t providing security by default,” he said.
Still, while privacy is essential, Hellbusch also said a law firm’s custom-built video conference platform should be operational on various clients’ systems.
Privacy and Cyber Risks Come Into Focus Amid Video Conference Boom