All details of our clients’ transactions and contracts, as well as sensitive information, are treated as confidential, and special protection required by professional secrecy standards is offered to each individual client. Our lawyers are allowed access only to dedicated confidential materials and are required to keep strictly confidential all the information they have access to, both during and after their work for or cooperation with the firm. All our lawyers and all members of administrative personnel are required make written confidentiality statements in respect of all the sensitive information of our clients and the firm itself.
All our safeguards for personal data meet the requirements set out in the applicable law on personal data protection.
These include an internal server with dedicated software for managing working time, information and knowledge, we can ensure the highest degree of security and quality for our clients. The working time, information and knowledge management software has been modified and adapted to the specific requirements of the firm and its clients. Our safeguards are monitored and inspected on a regular basis to ensure a high level of security for our clients. We have adopted the Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) technology, which means all data is copied onto 3 or more disks so that we can recover it if one of the disks fails (e.g. as a result of power failure).
The software we use allows our lawyers to access our resources of information and knowledge from anywhere in the world. This helps to save time, which is means so much to our clients.
We use adequate encryption systems and equipment to protect our clients’ information stored on electronic media against unauthorised access. This is why the firm’s computer network is safeguarded by Cisco devices, which offer the highest degree of security ensured through Certification by the Internal Security Agency and encryption based on DES, 3DES and AES (Advanced Encryption Standard).
KBZ lawyers make use of Polish and international legal databases such as Legalis (offered by CH Beck) or Lex, as an addition to their knowledge of law.