iManage Honored as IT Security Provider of the Year at the British Legal Technology Awards 2017

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20 November 2017


Security and Information Governance solutions designed for today’s security threats

iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, announced it was named IT Security Provider of the Year at The British Legal Technology Awards 2017 dinner in London.

The IT Security Provider of the Year Award acknowledges the IT Security vendor which demonstrates unprecedented knowledge, advancement and solution implementation, while delivering excellent client service and a complete security offering that is at the forefront of IT security within the legal sector.

iManage’s security and information governance solutions include iManage Security Policy Manager and iManage Threat Manager, two products that deliver powerful security enhancements to iManage’s industry-leading Work Product Management platform. iManage Threat Manager uses machine learning and adaptive behavioral modelling to minimize the risk of a malicious insider or the loss of credentials. iManage Security Policy Manager allows an organization to enforce need-to-know access at scale, reducing exposure in the event of a breach.

“We are living in an era where productivity requires information to be readily accessible and available to professionals at all times,” said Ian Raine, Director of Product Management, iManage. “Keeping that information secure, however, is non-negotiable — and clients are demanding that firms implement rigorous security policies with their confidential materials. iManage is honored to bring these solutions to today’s legal professionals and delighted to win this prestigious award.”



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