In today’s episode of How It Works, we look at the LINK app from Mobile Helix, enabling attorneys to work from anywhere, securely, on their documents, Outlook email, and firm intranet, from a tablet or smartphone. To introduce the product and demonstrate how it works, Bob Ambrogi is joined by Seth Hallem, CEO, co-founder and […]
This webinar took place on April 12, 2021. Watch the ILTA webinar video on-demand here: Seth Hallem, Mobile Helix CEO, discusses current threats to law firms such as Sodinokibi ransomware, REvil, and Pegasus, and how they work. Finally, Seth discusses what you can do and how our LINK system protects against these attacks.
This webinar took place on Nov. 17, 2021. You may watch it here. Give your lawyers easy and secure workflows on mobile devices with the LINK App. LINK is used by attorneys in firms ranging from 30 attorneys to Am Law 100 firms to work from tablets and smartphones. In this 30-minute webinar, you’ll see […]
This webinar took place on October 20, 2021. You may view the 30 minute recording here. You may view the 19 minute demo portion here. For attorneys, efficiently managing their heavy email workload is vital. Our LINK app uniquely gives attorneys Outlook Email and Document Management in a single app. It’s easy to email files, […]
Seth Hallem. This latest attack from REvil on Kaseya VSA confirms the obvious – the business of ransomware is here to stay. Whether it is REvil, a spinoff from REvil, or an entirely new organization that is inspired by REvil’s success, a collective reconsideration of how we protect networks and endpoints is overdue. It has become standard practice to disable security software in order to enable functionality, rather than demanding the opposite – that software declare its intended behaviors in order to enable security software to detect anomalous behavior.
Bob Ambrogi. In today’s episode of How It Works, we look at the LINK app from Mobile Helix, enabling attorneys to work from anywhere, securely, on their documents, Outlook email, and firm intranet, from a tablet or smartphone.
To introduce the product and demonstrate how it works, Bob Ambrogi is joined by Seth Hallem, Mobile Helix CEO, co-founder and chief architect.
Maureen Blando. The economics of remote work were positive in 2020. Law firms will likely make changes, for instance in leases, to capitalize on this going forward. Attorneys made a positive adjustment to working from home and would like to retain some of that flexibility in the future.
. MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., July 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mobile Helix, the maker of the LINK encrypted app for attorneys and mobile professionals, today joins the NetDocuments ISV Technology Partner Program to offer containerized mobile workflows with documents in NetDocuments’ cloud document management platform on smartphones and tablets.
With LINK’s unique integration of NetDocuments DMS plus firm email, knowledge professionals can access, review, compare, annotate, and email documents within the security of a single app. LINK allows NetDocuments users to file emails and attachments to the NetDocuments’ DMS, as well as to send and file to the cloud platform. LINK’s predictive filing on mobile devices makes email filing quick and simple.
Nick Rishwain. Check out this episode with CEO Seth Hallem and COO Maureen Blando of MobileHelix. They have built the LINK App for lawyers. Seth is our first guest who has had a previous, highly successful exit from a technology company. After which, he decided to attack this issue in legaltech. Watch the recorded livestream here.
DocsCorp. The LINK App’s ethos is to provide end-to-end workflows for lawyers and legal professionals within the protected container of the app. This means users can complete their business-critical work safely without leaving LINK. Maureen Blando, President, and COO of Mobile Helix, the company behind LINK, said document comparison had been one of the most important features for users from day one.
. Picture this: you are a lawyer who relies heavily on your devices to work outside of office hours. Perhaps you use the morning commute to fire off emails from your smartphone, or maybe you use your tablet on the couch after everyone has gone to bed and the house is finally quiet. While working on these devices, you use a secure app made especially for legal professionals. It has everything you need – access to your document management system, advanced search, Word editing and annotation, and document comparison.
The LINK app provides secure document comparison for mobile professionals. MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Nov. 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mobile Helix, the makers of the LINK encrypted app for lawyers, will demonstrate their new integration with compareDocs from DocsCorp at the NetDocuments ndElevate 2018 Conference, in Park City, UT, November 4th – 8th.
“Legal professionals need to review documents carefully and safely, anytime and anywhere,” said Mobile Helix CEO and Co-founder, Seth Hallem. “Using LINK with compareDocs in-app, lawyers can generate precise and comprehensive document comparisons between document versions, or between email attachments and DMS documents with just a few taps. With the LINK secure container, sensitive data stays safe at all times while providing lawyers with the tools to annotate, edit, and share document redlines and revisions.”
With the LINK app lawyers compare, annotate, search, and email documents using a single, secure app. LINK 3.5 is a significant step forward in empowering lawyers to review, edit, and share work product from their ever-present mobile devices,
Seth Hallem, Mobile Helix CEO & Co-founder. In the investigations of Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, the FBI has retrieved messages from Signal, Telegram and WhatsApp. While there are weaknesses inherent in all of these apps, the question remains: What does a good data protection scheme look like?
By Seth Hallem, Moble Helix CEO, Co-founder, & Chief Architect. Secure email using S/MIME and OpenPGP is fundamentally broken. Our CEO explains the EFAIL vulnerability and why our LINK Email is not susceptible to EFAIL. What do we do next to protect email?
Maureen Blando, President & COO, Mobile Helix. Last week I attended the sixth annual CodeX FutureLaw Conference, under the canopy of the redwoods on the Stanford University campus. I did not know entirely what to expect, but as my office is a few miles down El Camino Real from Stanford, I thought that it was worth investigating. I found the event to be stimulating and I would like to share what I learned so that others may consider attending FutureLaw in the future.
A good lawyer helps you see around the bend. In my experience over the years as a client, I have found that each time my attorney points out something in a contract or business decision that I had not anticipated, I ignore the next bill when it comes in and I pay it gladly. When I feel that my attorney is simply a contract factory, I look at each bill closely and start to wonder if there is a better way.
Seth Hallem, CEO U& Co-Founder, Mobile Helix. Hackers are siphoning billions from the global economy each year by stealing data for profit. However, in spite of this rising threat, enterprises continue to make the same mistakes over and over again. It is time to change our assumptions and to re-think how we protect sensitive data.
Smartphones and tablets are everywhere, and the discussion about the need to embrace mobile is similarly ubiquitous. However, in our experience, law firms are still in the early stages of embracing mobile devices as an essential work device. There are many reasons to stay away from mobile devices – the security risks inherent in a device that is easily lost or stolen; the conflation of personal and corporate data on a single device; and, perhaps most damningly, the feeling that the mobile device is out of IT’s control. However, it would be a mistake to miss the forest through the trees.
Seth Hallem in CSO Online. In the field of data security, 2018 began with a jolt. The revelation of the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities has taught us that in 2018 (and beyond), nothing is sacred.
Speculative execution, the architectural concept that is exploited in the Spectre vulnerability, has been in use by mainframe processors since the mid-1970s. It is taught in Computer Architecture 101 in universities around the world. And yet, it turns out that the security implications were never fully understood until about seven months ago.
Lawyers receive, annotate, and share documents using a single app. MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(Marketwired - August 14, 2017) - Mobile Helix, the makers of the LINK app for lawyers, announced today at ILTACON 2017 their partnership with PSPDFKit to provide secure in-app PDF annotation in the new LINK 3.3 release. LINK 3.3 also features secure local edit with the MS Word app, the ability to email documents from iOS Mail and integration with Microsoft Azure AD Information Rights Management.
. MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(Marketwired - August 09, 2017) - Mobile Helix, the maker of the LINK app for lawyers, will unveil LINK 3.3 with local edit using the Microsoft Word app at ILTACON 2017 on August 14, 2017, in Las Vegas. LINK 3.3 also features integration with Azure AD IRM and iOS Mail.
. Over the last two months, the concept of ransomware has blasted into the public conscious with massive and disruptive cyberattacks. Both ransomware attacks were accompanied by a heavy dose of intrigue, and, for those willing to listen, a stern warning of what is to come. Seth Hallem, co-founder and CEO of Mobile Helix, looks at recent ransomware attacks, which point to fundamental issues that are inherent to the design of the Windows operating system, corporate intranets, and the Internet. Through this lens, mobile operating systems and, in particular, iOS are a seismic upgrade in protecting devices and networks from this type of attack, Seth says.
. Ari Kaplan's 12 minute audio interview with Mobile Helix CEO, Seth Hallem, including best practices for law firm CIOs. Released during ILTACON 2016.
"I spoke with Seth Hallem, the co-founder and CEO of Mobile Helix, the maker of the Link secure mobile app for lawyers.
We discussed the genesis of Mobile Helix, how the Link secure mobile app empowers lawyers on the go, strategies for reconciling the competing interests of a firm or law department CIO and CISO, and key best practices that CIOs should implement for mobility, among other topics." -- Ari Kaplan, Reinventing Professionals
The LINK app provides easy access to DMS and now, editing, too. NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - August 29, 2016) - Mobile Helix, an innovator in mobile solutions for lawyers, announced today that their LINK app is now integrated with the Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps for iOS.
Lawyers use the LINK app to be responsive to clients when they are away from the office. Lawyers need to be able to act on documents, whether sent via email or stored in DMS. LINK is recognized for its seamless integration of email with the leading document management systems including iManage Work® and NetDocuments. With LINK's new feature, lawyers can edit Word docs from their smartphones and tablets.
ILTA Mobility Showcase. One in a series of ILTA product showcases related to mobility. View here.
Description: LINK is an encrypted container app with built-in two-factor authentication. LINK can be remotely wiped and gives you full access to iManage, NetDocuments, Outlook, SharePoint and the intranet from smartphones and tablets. Highlights include: open an NRL attachment from native email, check out and edit documents, compare versions or compare attachment against document in DMS, send and file email, DMS search and more.
Speaker: Ilya Dreytser, the Director of Customer Engineering at Mobile Helix, handles pre- and post-sales support and services. Working with customers to understand their needs and use cases, he ensures that Mobile Helix has the right functionality to meet customer needs and exceed their expectations.
. While vendors are hard at work getting the most fashionable (mobile) devices ready for every shopping season, security is usually an afterthought. This creates problems for consumers, whose mobile devices are increasingly used for financial transactions, and generally contain personal information. To make things worse, users are rarely aware of the dangers posed by devices with outdated software.
Comment: FBI cracks the iPhone – how and what are the legal IT implications?. On March 28th, the Department of Justice confirmed that it had successfully unlocked the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone 5C without Apple’s assistance. On that same day, the US government moved to vacate a California court order that had attempted to force Apple to assist in the decryption of the device. While the legal maneuverings are fascinating in their own right, the conclusion leads to an even more fascinating technology discussion – how did the FBI crack the iPhone, and what are the implications of this successful hack?
. Alpharetta, Georgia – Handshake Software, Inc., the market leading, award-winning provider of SharePoint-based products and services to the legal market, today announced its strategic partnership with Mobile Helix, an innovator in encrypted mobile solutions for lawyers. As part of the partnership, Mobile Helix’ LINK secure container app for mobile, including Second-factor Authentication for greater identity protection, is now available to all Handshake Software Microsoft SharePoint customers. Deploying LINK gives law firm users secure access to all of their Handshake Software Microsoft SharePoint portal resources directly from their mobile devices.
. New York, NY – Mobile Helix, an innovator in encrypted mobile solutions for lawyers, introduces LINK Second-factor Authentication for greater identity protection. The LINK app uses Active Directory for the first authentication factor. Now LINK includes a built-in second-factor of either TouchID or a PIN code. LINK incorporates documents, email, SharePoint, and the firm intranet in a single mobile app. Legal workflows such as searching document management systems, viewing attachments to email, sending email and filing to document management, as well as editing documents are easy and efficient using LINK.
. New York, NY – Mobile Helix, an innovator in encrypted mobile solutions for lawyers, today announced that they have become an iManage Technology Partner. Mobile Helix has integrated its LINK mobile app with iManage Work, providing busy lawyers with access to key documents from smartphones and tablets.
. Mobile Helix is to enter into a formal partnership with iManage, as the Manhattan-headquartered company also launches two-factor authentication for its mobile app, LINK, which enables lawyers to access their documents, emails, calendar and other web apps from one place.
LINK, which already partners with NetDocuments and Microsoft SharePoint and has offered WorkSite (now rebranded as iManage Work) on an ad hoc basis, is now releasing a generally available iManage Work connector.
Mobile Helix, the encrypted mobile solution provider for lawyers. NEW YORK, NY: Mobile Helix, the encrypted mobile solution provider for lawyers has come up with ‘LINK’ mobile app which was exhibited at ILTACON 2015. LINK is a single secure app, which enables lawyers to work with iManage, NetDocuments, Outlook, SharePoint, WorkSite and the company’s intranet via smartphones and tablets.
Mobile Helix, Inc.. Mobile Helix, a pioneer in encrypted mobile solutions for lawyers, announced today that it will unveil the latest features of its LINK mobile app at ILTACON 2015. LINK is a single secure app which enables lawyers to work with DMS, NetDocuments, Outlook, SharePoint, and the firm intranet from smartphones and tablets. Mobile Helix will demonstrate LINK’s new line-up of features which no other single app offers including: viewable NRL attachments; Send-and-File-to DMS; secure document edit; and search of all repositories, including DMS, network file shares, and SharePoint document libraries.
NetDocuments. NetDocuments Launches Apps Marketplace for Third-Party Integrations with NetDocuments Cloud-Based Document and Email Management Platform
Built for NetDocuments' customers, partners, and developers alike, the NetDocuments Marketplace can be found at: www.netdocuments.com/marketplace