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Conversive transmits messages using RSA 2048 encryption – messages are “unreadable, undecipherable and unusable”. We also don’t store any PII (Personally Identifiable Information) at our end. All messages and files exchanged over messaging are ultimately saved into your secure case management systems rendering them accessible only by authorized personnel. Besides, the Conversive application is hosted in data centers in the U.S., Europe, and Australia. You can choose to store your data in any of these three locations. To ensure complete data security and privacy for our clients, we underwent ISO 27001 compliance certification in 2017.
Yes. You can share password-protected files using the Conversive messaging solution. You may alternatively use Conversive messaging to send and require OTPs to enable access to confidential legal documents on your portal.
Yes. Conversive offers tight integration with your case management systems. It unifies and attaches all message exchanges under the right case and client records in a chronological fashion, for easy retrieval throughout the case lifecycle and beyond.
Yes. Conversive lets you control how long you want to store messages and documents exchanged over messages. And lets you securely delete them when necessary.
You can promptly confirm client consent over messaging in a scenario where you need to share any case communication or document related to the client, to a third party. These messages are also saved into your internal systems serving as records for auditing.