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Four Points of Keeper Security

Keeper Security. Like LastPass and Dropbox on security and encryption steroids.

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Privacy and the Pendulum

Some companies are looking to give us back our data, and our privacy, posing challenges for lawyers.

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Encryption of Mobile Devices: A Security No-Brainer

Amended Comment [18] to Rule 1.6 includes availability of additional safeguards in the analysis of what is reasonable. Do attorneys who fail to use encryption, a no-brainer solution, comply with this duty?

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Cloud Ethics Opinion Chart Updated

Cloud is a reality in many practices today, but the potential ethical and security issues leave many lawyers worried. What do ethics opinions on the cloud really say?

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Quick Hits Friday: Security Part Deux

Now that you’ve changed all your passwords, it’s time work on learning lessons from “Heartbleed.” Encryption, mobile security, and best security software from our 2014 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide.

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Lessons from Heartbleed

Fallout from the “Heartbleed” bug is enough to make normal people nervous, and make lawyers panic. Take a deep breath. We’ve got a round of up links and info to help you check your legal-related apps, and your sanity.

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What Should Lawyers Know About Information Governance?

In this edition of Digital Detectives hosts Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek invite Jason R. Baron, former director of litigation at the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration to discuss Information Governance as it relates to e-discovery, privacy, record keeping and security. Baron connects the dots between all these areas and helps lawyers understand they need to know about […]

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The End of Windows XP – April 8, 2014

Mark your calendar. Put a tickler on your docketing system. The end of Windows XP is coming and it is closer than you think.  Microsoft will end support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. Is your firm ready? April 8, 2014 This is big news for law firms large and small. Windows XP has […]

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Healthcare Industry Data Breaches

In the latest edition of Digital Detectives, hosts Sharon Nelson and John Simek invite Alan Goldberg to discuss the typical causes of a data breach, likely consequences, prevention, and more.  In particular, Goldberg highlighted was the colossal cost of data breaches. He explained that the minimum cost is $100,000 and it has the potential to amount to millions. Goldberg is a solo practitioner […]

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Encryption Made Easy: A Primer for Mac Users

By now (if you’ve read even one or two Law Technology Today posts), you know the importance of protecting your electronic data.  Encryption, of course, can be utilized to secure your data, and in some jurisdictions, is required to secure certain types of data.  If you are a Mac user, you can encrypt data with […]

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