Wikileaks, DDoS, and Russia, Oh My! If your nerves haven’t been rattled by the October 21st DNS attacks, they should have been. The hysterical tenor of the US election drowns
The legal profession has embraced cloud computing – slowly, but surely – over the past decade. With it comes measures to secure your firm’s and clients’ information. See: 10 Actionable
Dropbox is one of the most popular business apps used by attorneys. To allay security concerns, the service offers two-step verification and other modern encryption methods to transfer and store
Here’s the slide deck from the latest edition of our Legal Productivity webinar series: Securing Your iPhone and iPad: Don’t Put Your Client’s Data at Risk – with Tom Lambotte,
The best – and most secure – way to manage your myriad logins is to use a password manager. Fortunately, there are a few good options to choose from. We’ve
For lawyers and anyone who works with sensitive documents, TrueCrypt, the free open-source disk encryption software, provides an extra layer of protection (and peace of mind) for information stored on
It seems that the number of login usernames and passwords increases on a daily basis, and each website requires a different set of letters, numbers and symbols for their passwords.