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Reflections on information management within the legal and regulatory arena

Archive for December, 2014

Update on Social Media Evidence Law…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 12, 2014

Update on Social Media Evidence Law…

Great piece from @patzakis, CEO at @X1Discovery, regarding several recent decisions that have disallowed screen prints of social media evidence. Good insights on why this disallowance hinges upon the age-old issue of “authentication” when introducing evidence at trial.

http://ow.ly/FJDv9

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Infographic: Wiper Malware & Sony Hack…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 11, 2014

Infographic analyzes similarities between Wiper #malware attacks & #SonyHack (via @DataBreachToday) #DataBreach

http://ow.ly/3v4gcy

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The Indispensability of Privacy…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 11, 2014

The Indispensability of Privacy…

Your “inner life” as the fountainhead of individuality and why, in turn, this uniqueness is worth fighting to preserve. A fascinating perspective on what makes us our own masters and how we cannot properly participate in the affairs of the world without the grounding of our own private thoughts and beliefs.

http://ow.ly/FG08G

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CyberSecurity as a Corporate Governance Issue…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 8, 2014

CyberSecurity as a Corporate Governance issue…

Law.com webinar from Corporate Counsel & Grant Thornton on Tuesday, December 9th.

Register here: [http://ow.ly/FuD4c]

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#DataPrivacy as Competitive Differentiator…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 5, 2014

#DataPrivacy as Competitive Differentiator…

Interesting take on making lemonade from #DataBreach debacles…

http://ow.ly/FfJhh

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Sony Data Breach already costing millions…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 4, 2014

Sony #DataBreach already costing millions…

…over 1.2M pirated downloads of “Fury” to date, according to Excipio.

http://ow.ly/FaCC5

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Webinar: CyberSecurity Risks as Enterprise Governance Issue…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 4, 2014

#CyberSecurity Risks as Enterprise #Governance Issue…

Presenting with @GrantThorntonUS & @ATLTodd from @JonesDay

http://ow.ly/FmkjK

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Creator of “StealthGenie” Spyware App sentenced in Virginia case…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 4, 2014

Creator of “StealthGenie” Spyware App sentenced in ground-breaking Virginia case.

USA v. Akbar

http://ow.ly/FaeBB

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Industry View on “Public Attitudes Towards Data Collection & Privacy”

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 3, 2014

Industry View on “Public Attitudes Towards Data Collection & Privacy”

via @SoftwareAdvice…happy and proud to contribute to the effort!

http://ow.ly/Fa3gj

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Feds dust off 18th-century law to circumvent smartphone encryption…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 3, 2014

Feds dust off 18th-century law to circumvent smartphone encryption…

…#DoJ seeks to compel Apple to decrypt iPhone.

http://ow.ly/FazFk

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