When you analyze a document with Vincent or vLex for Word, vLex does not store or save the document at any time. The document content is analyzed in real time and the file is immediately discarded.
Only the results of the analysis are stored so they can be retrieved at any time in the search history.
Specifically, the following information is extracted and stored:
- filename of the document
- user that has carried out the Vincent analysis
- citations found in the document (citations to legislation, case law or other legal materials)
- key topics for the document
- the list of the most closely related documents in our database as determined by Vincent’s artificial intelligence algorithm.
From this information it is not possible to obtain or derive any data of a personal or sensitive nature that was in the original document.
Where does the analysis take place?
The analysis of the document is carried out in vLex cloud computing infrastructure, currently provided by Amazon Web Services.
Amazon Web Services is certified ISO 27001: 2013 and is independently audited in compliance with SOC 1, SOC 2 and SOC 3 standards in accordance with the ISAE 3402 standard.
Is the information encrypted in transit?
Yes, Vincent is only available through HTTPS.
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