Closing The Loop

Articles on law firm security

Recording of Logikcull CLE webinar on e-discovery risk avoidance available

Last week, we had the opportunity to present an educational webcast on behalf of the Florida Bar, of which Logikcull is a preferred provider. The presentation gave guidance on best practices for avoiding e-disc... Robert Hilson   |     30 Nov 2015

Esteban Kolsky on Why Fearing Cloud Is Nonsense

It's hard to say whether Esteban Kolsky is a contrarian or everybody else is just plain wrong. Over the course of this three-part interview, Kolsky, a well-known technology consultant and former Gartner analyst... Robert Hilson   |     28 Oct 2015

Schneier on data security: 'We are fragile, we can't recover, we can't adapt.'

Bruce Schneier is a renowned security expert whose accolades we covered in detail in a previous post. In part one of this interview, we posed the question, What do you do if your law firm is the next Ashley Mad... Robert Hilson   |     18 Sep 2015

Q&A with Bruce Schneier: What if your law firm is the next Ashley Madison?

If the subject is security, chances are Bruce Schneier has an opinion on it, and that opinion has been published somewhere -- on his blog, in the New York Times, on the BBC,  in the Guardian, in Wired, in one o... Robert Hilson   |     16 Sep 2015

Of 450 reported data breaches this year, only four traced to law firms

Last week, the Identity Theft Resource Center published its mid-year report, assembling into a terrifying rap sheet some 450 known breaches that together compromised more than 135 million records. Of those inci... Robert Hilson   |     04 Aug 2015

How to Secure Your Document Productions: A Step-by-Step Guide

Is your production in a picnic basket or a safe? IMPORTANT UPDATE: TrueCrypt, the free encryption software, is no longer supported.  Producing documents as a response to a discovery request is common practice. ... Ed Hicks   |     23 May 2014

3 Reasons Your Law Practice is Attractive for Hackers and What To Do About it

It wants your precious data. You may not realize it, but your law practice is uniquely designed to be highly attractive for hackers. Of course, you didn't set out to make your practice a hacker's paradise. No o... Ed Hicks   |     26 Apr 2014

4 Ways To Prevent Your Client's Data from Getting Hacked

Don't Be Low Hanging Fruit for Hackers. Digital espionage is estimated to cost American companies over $50 billion per year, according to Harvard Journal of Law & Technology (PDF), and 10% of the advanced cyber... Ed Hicks   |     15 Apr 2014
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