“Fingerprints are another type of data entirely. They’re used to identify people at crime scenes, but increasingly they’re used as an authentication credential. If you have an iPhone, for example, you probably use your fingerprint to unlock your phone. This type of authentication is increasingly common, replacing a password — something you know — with…
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As I’ve mentioned before, in talking to various folks working in this industry it becomes apparent that the background of the litigation support people in any firm makes a huge difference in how they interact with the paralegals and attorneys. I come from an IT background, and haven’t really had to go on site for…
– Craig with a good explanation of why sending your photo evidence as inline images in an email is not ideal..
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You cannot claim to care about the people who work for you, and not even check in on their well-being. Those two things do not go together at all. We have to get to that very minimum level before we can do more, and if we can’t even be bothered to get there, I see no reason why anyone with a choice would want to continue working for you.
I was doing a little light reading last night, about the latest scourge of iCloud attacks, wherein a hacker gets access to your iCloud account, and using the Find my iPhone service, puts your device in “lost mode” and sets up a PIN to lock you out of your own device until you pay the…