The Clinton Emails or How Not to do Information Governance and eDiscovery

As someone who lives, breathes, and works in the eDiscovery world, this whole thing with Hillary Clinton’s emails is absolutely mind-boggling. If you haven’t been following at home, in a nutshell, Hillary used her own, private, email server while Secretary of State, as opposed to using her official email account, and is being ordered to…

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Applying Technology to Defeat Child Abuse Webinar for Law Enforcement

If you’ve been around here much, or know me well at all, you know how important the issue of child abuse is to me. That’s why when I see the company I work for putting on a webinar like this one, it kinds of makes me really happy. Applying Technology to Defeat Child Abuse Thursday…

What Happens When the Hackers Start Planting False Information Instead of Stealing Information?

What Happens When the Hackers Start Planting False Information Instead of Stealing Information?

That’s a good question, and the part the Bruce Schneier found most interesting about a recent report by the Director of National Intelligence. Obviously, their focus is on the danger of intelligence information being altered, and the leadership no longer being able to trust the information given to them, but as a regular citizen, I’m…

Hey Siri Voice Activation

Today, I saw this tweet about the new Amazon Echo: An open mic in my house 24/7? I don’t think so. Amazon’s Echo Might Be Its Most Important Product In Years http://t.co/WPgnJVqgxW — Andrew Collier (@drewcollier) November 8, 2014 Now why do I bring this up? Because iOS now has a similar feature. When your…