Data Privacy versus Security versus the Elephant in the Room

Data Privacy versus Security versus the Elephant in the Room

As always, I read with great interest David Horrigan’s look at finding a balance between privacy and crime prevention when it comes to Automated License Plate Recognition. I think David’s take-away quote from attorney Gail Gottehrer at the end is a great effort at finding a middle-road between “track everything in case there’s a crime”,…

Shared Links (weekly) Dec. 13, 2020

Shared Links (weekly) Dec. 13, 2020

Cybersecurity for Attorneys: The Ethics of Incident Response

Legal Tech Trends from 2020 and How to Prepare for 2021

New Report Shows Cellphone Encryption Isn’t Really Stopping Cops From Searching Phones

Small Business: Mental Health Resources During the Pandemic

The Challenges of Chat in eDiscovery as COVID Brings Changes in Work Behaviour and Working From Home

3,000 law firms “could be forced to close or merge”

Your Boss is Your Biggest Cyber-threat, Global Remote Work Survey Finds

Cybersecurity giant FireEye says its hacking tools were stolen by a nation-state

How to get your boss to approve the training you want

The eDiscovery Channel (Blog) Has Become the History Channel

The Importance Of Authentic Networking

Here Are 4 Ways You Can Address And Support Employee’s Mental Health

What I’m Sharing (weekly) Aug 2, 2020
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What I’m Sharing (weekly) Aug 2, 2020

Flexibility and transparency: The keys to good remote leadership

Three Key Tips to Keep in Mind When Leveraging Corporate G Suite for eDiscovery

Five Strategies for Building Relationships Remotely

Mothers Are Paying the Price at Work for Coronavirus
-“Preventing a mass exodus of mothers from the workforce must be a priority.”

What Does Private Browsing Do? Less Than You Probably Think

Face masks are breaking facial recognition algorithms, says new government study
– Aww that’s a shame. Not.

The Biggest Lesson from the Twitter Breach
– “Focus on the vulnerability of humans”

The Sedona Conference Commentary on Law Firm Data Security Released

The End of Life Hacking
– If you were around in the early days of blogging, this may make you laugh, or cringe. Maybe both.

Microsoft told employees to work from home. One consequence was brutal

– The lesson, management and employees need to create boundaries around when you’re working, and when you’re NOT.

WORK from home or don’t work at all: telecommuting in the age of COVID-19

Business as Unusual? Eighteen Observations on eDiscovery Business Confidence in the Summer of 2020

Linked: Got An Email From A Hacker With Your Password? Do These 3 Things
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Linked: Got An Email From A Hacker With Your Password? Do These 3 Things

Davey describes something that I’ve seen myself, and know others have seen as well. “The perpetrator will suggest that they are a successful hacker who has not only gained access to your computer but installed malware to record your activity, including taking control of your webcam. What’s more, to validate their hacking credentials, they will…

Linked: Only 31% of Americans concerned with data security, despite 400% rise in cyberattacks
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Linked: Only 31% of Americans concerned with data security, despite 400% rise in cyberattacks

I think the headline is a bit sensationalist, given that the results come from a survey where the context is all of the things you are worried about right now, so the respondents are considering things much more immediate to them than their workplace data: “The Unisys Security Index, released on Tuesday, calculates a score…

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

How To Job Search During The Coronavirus Pandemic Facebook lets users in the US and Canada move media to Google Photos Why You Should Use Your Vacation Days This Year Even If You Can’t Travel Re-evaluating eDiscovery Strategy to Maximize Cost Savings Getting and Using a Password Manager, Part 2: Requirements Would You Have Fallen…