Legal Featured Article
August 24, 2011
IntApp's Confidentiality Management Software Wall Builder Chosen By 100th Law Firm
By Madhubanti Rudra, TMCnet Contributor
IntApp, Inc., the renowned provider of the confidentiality management software for law firms, announced that its web-based information security and confidentiality management software application, Wall Builder has been adopted by its 100th law firm customer. According to its maker, the software is currently being used to manage security controls for over 1.5 billion documents globally.
The organizations use Wall Builder to centrally control, monitor and report on user access permissions across multiple applications, including document management, accounting, portal, CRM, time entry and records management systems.
The software is also used for sending automatic notifications to individuals subject to specific policies. In addition, the software also helps track acknowledgments for compliance purposes.
“We’re pleased to count ourselves as a successful IntApp Wall Builder client and honored to be selected as a finalist for an ILTA Distinguished Peer Award based on our information risk management efforts. IntApp has definitely distinguished itself in our eyes, particularly with its service team’s commitment to addressing our rigorous product implementation and information security requirements,” Patricia Fitzpatrick, director of Practice Management at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP noted in a statement.
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP is a full-service law firm with over 600 lawyers. Recently the firm was honored by the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA.) as part of its 2011 Distinguished Peer Awards Program.
In order to comply with privacy and data protection laws, it is important for the law firms to closely manage and track internal access to client information. Wall Builder offers a centralized system that provides organizations with unprecedented capability and control over user access to specific applications, documents and other information. It is claimed to deliver real-time enforcement while updating access rights in response to attorney behavior to ensure that policies are kept up to date automatically.
Wall Builder is the most-adopted ethical walls by law firms with 150 or more lawyers. According to an independent survey by the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) of its membership, 74 percent of large law firms using commercial software to enforce ethical screens to secure access to confidential information use IntApp Wall Builder.
In a separate press release IntApp Inc. reported its record growth, though no financial details were disclosed. The company said that it now serves well over 200 customers, ranging in size from 50 to 3750 lawyers, including 62 percent of the 100 largest US firms as ranked by The American Lawyer.
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Madhubanti Rudra is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jennifer Russell
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