A handful of judges are writing blogs to educate the public about judicial challenges and responsibilities
Apple closed two big deals and raked in a ton of cash this week. Amazon's delivery drones set off privacy alarm bells. Is Microsoft preparing the first smart bra
In a holiday season without a breakout product introduction, the real advances for mobile products are in upgrades
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Guidance Software opens a training facility in Orlando, Fla., to train e-discover, forensics and cybersecurity personnel to use the EnCase suite of products
...vast computer network can stymie investigations. But if investigators know where to look, they can quickly get to the heart of the matter, enabling counsel...
ZyLAB's Intellectual Property Protection Program is geared towards preventing data leaks and breaches
Rand Secure Archive will now be known as Rand Secure Data, reflecting the addition of data backup systems to the existing e-discovery and data archiving services
The U.S. Supreme Court chose Cyber Monday to announce it would not slow the imposition of state sales tax on Internet retail sales
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...drastic? Then let’s get under the hood and take a look at just two of the non-IT exposures that can fatally threaten...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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