Unstructured data comprises 80% of total data volume for legal organizations, which means that on average, only one-fifth of the entirety of the data set is properly secured and actively managed. Although some believe that ignoring unstructured data establishes plausible deniability that relinquishes them from culpability when a breach occurs, it's an untenable position from both a regulatory and brand reputational perspective.
David Rudenstine, Sheldon H. Solow professor of law at Cardozo School of Law—dean from 2001 to 2009—who signed the letter to Yeshiva University President Rabbi Ari Berman, told Law.com, "I think the university owes it to the students to treat them with the same dignity and respect it treats other students."
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