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Free Webinar: Sanctions Under Amended FRCP 37(e): Is the Law Fulfilling the Amendments' Intent?
Posted on: Oct 31, 2017

The December 2015 amendments to FRCP 37(e) were designed to bring consistency to when courts find the loss of ESI sanctionable. Has the amendment’s intent to address the “serious problems resulting from the continued exponential growth in the volume of ESI” borne out? Join these distinguished panelists for a discussion of recent cases and recommended practices.

41 Percent of Lawyers to Boost Cybersecurity Budgets
Posted on: Oct 25, 2017

Four in 10 lawyers plan to boost spending on cybersecurity next year, with average budget increases of 13 percent, according to a study released Thursday by a national legal consulting and staffing firm.

Wi-Fi Security Has Been Breached, Say Researchers
Posted on: Oct 24, 2017

Recently, researchers revealed details of a new exploit called KRACK that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi security to let attackers eavesdrop on traffic between computers and wireless access points.

Major Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities Uncovered Put Millions of Devices at Risk, Including Macs and iPhones
Posted on: Oct 23, 2017

Mathy Vanhoef, a postdoctoral researcher at Belgian university KU Leuven, has discovered and disclosed major vulnerabilities in the WPA2 protocol that secures all modern protected Wi-Fi networks.

South Dakota Swaps Inmates’ Lawyers for iPads
Posted on: Oct 13, 2017

Until recently, South Dakota inmates had access to lawyers during their time in prison. Now, the lawyers are gone, replaced by a subscription to a legal search engine, run on tablet computers from a company accused of exploiting inmates.

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