It is amazing how frequently lawyers complain that they can't learn how to use technology, that technology is expensive to acquire, or that they can't deal with the ethical issues technology raises
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Your paranoia is justified, cyber malfeasants are infiltrating your organization
...law firm of Puckett & Faraj in response to the firm's representation of military personnel...
U.S. law firms face an increasing number of online threats that can range from shadowy American hackers to foreign governments, with the advent of smartphones and tablets only increasing the risks
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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