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Editor’s Note: Five Great Reads is a monthly newsletter that focuses on cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery. The publication selects five top articles to keep legal, business, and technology professionals informed about key developments in cyber discovery, data discovery, and legal discovery. Published by ComplexDiscovery OÜ, a digital publication that delivers insights on digital events and issues, the digest contextualizes relevant discoveries, regulations, technologies, and trends. By transforming these developments into informational news briefs, the newsletter provides readers with a nuanced perspective for strategic decision-making. Through this approach, ComplexDiscovery OÜ enables professionals to stay updated on critical current affairs at the intersection of technology and law, specifically in the fields of cybersecurity, governance, and eDiscovery.

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Five Great Reads on Cyber, Data, and Legal Discovery for March 2024

ComplexDiscovery Staff

In the fast-paced world of cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery, staying informed about the latest developments is crucial. The March 2024 edition of Five Great Reads on Cyber, Data, and Legal Discovery, ComplexDiscovery OÜ’s monthly newsletter, delivers timely and relevant insights into the most pressing issues at the intersection of technology and law.

Leading the conversation is an in-depth article exploring the shifting landscape of AI development. It highlights recent innovations in copyright-compliant model training and its implications for businesses navigating legal and ethical challenges. This month’s edition also features a piece that tackles the antitrust implications of digital consensus, contrasting the regulatory strategies of the United States and the European Union in curbing AI-driven collusion.

The European Union’s groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence Act takes a prominent position in this issue as the first comprehensive legislation of its kind, setting a global precedent for AI governance. The newsletter explores the new obligations, challenges, and opportunities introduced by the Act for professionals in the field, particularly in securing AI systems and ensuring transparency.

Another article in this edition sheds light on the evolving nature of cybersecurity threats, focusing on the research into “Prompt Stealing Attacks Against Large Language Models.” The narrative underscores the urgent need for robust security measures in the development and deployment of AI and large language models.

The March 2024 newsletter further examines AI’s transformative potential and ethical considerations in legal practices. Experts weigh in on the need for vigilance and robust guidelines as the legal sector increasingly adopts AI.

Rounding out this month’s edition is a comprehensive report on the financial health of the eDiscovery industry, benchmarking key metrics such as Days Sales Outstanding, Monthly Recurring Revenue, and Revenue Distribution. The analysis offers actionable insights and strategic recommendations for eDiscovery businesses to foster sustainable growth in an ever-evolving landscape.

As always, Five Great Reads on Cyber, Data, and Legal Discovery remains committed to empowering professionals with the most up-to-date and relevant information to navigate the complex interplay between technology and law in an increasingly digital world.



Individuals and Organizations Mentioned in March Edition Reporting:

  • 273 Ventures
  • Cary Coglianese
  • European Parliament
  • Paul W. Grimm
  • Maura R. Grossman
  • Helmholtz Center for Information Security
  • Zeyang Sha
  • Yang Zhang
  • U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)
  • U.S. Department of Treasury (USDT)
  • U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
  • ComplexDiscovery Staff

Click here to access the online version of the March 2024 newsletter.


About ComplexDiscovery OÜ

ComplexDiscovery OÜ is a highly recognized digital publication focused on providing detailed insights into the fields of cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery. Based in Estonia, a hub for digital innovation, ComplexDiscovery OÜ upholds rigorous standards in journalistic integrity, delivering nuanced analyses of global trends, technology advancements, and the eDiscovery sector. The publication expertly connects intricate legal technology issues with the broader narrative of international business and current events, offering its readership invaluable insights for informed decision-making.

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Alan N. Sutin

Alan N. Sutin is Chair of the firm’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications Practice and Senior Chair of the Global Intellectual Property & Technology Practice. An experienced business lawyer with a principal focus on commercial transactions with intellectual property and technology issues and privacy

Alan N. Sutin is Chair of the firm’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications Practice and Senior Chair of the Global Intellectual Property & Technology Practice. An experienced business lawyer with a principal focus on commercial transactions with intellectual property and technology issues and privacy and cybersecurity matters, he advises clients in connection with transactions involving the development, acquisition, disposition and commercial exploitation of intellectual property with an emphasis on technology-related products and services, and counsels companies on a wide range of issues relating to privacy and cybersecurity. Alan holds the CIPP/US certification from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

Alan also represents a wide variety of companies in connection with IT and business process outsourcing arrangements, strategic alliance agreements, commercial joint ventures and licensing matters. He has particular experience in Internet and electronic commerce issues and has been involved in many of the major policy issues surrounding the commercial development of the Internet. Alan has advised foreign governments and multinational corporations in connection with these issues and is a frequent speaker at major industry conferences and events around the world.