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Enjoyed my time with a lively AICPA conference audience this morning…

Posted by Johnny Lee on May 6, 2019

Kudos to the thousand-plus that showed up EARLY this morning to hear my CyberSecurity keynote presentation. This conference has some impressive talent taking the stage (present company excluded), so it was an honor to present to such a sophisticated audience on a topic that isn’t always front-and-center in their lives.

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Today’s #GoodGuysPrevail Update…

Posted by Johnny Lee on April 2, 2019

U.S. Department of Justice secures guilty plea from a Lithuanian citizen, for his role in orchestrating a business-email-compromise-driven #fraud scheme that induced two companies to wire a total of over $100 million USD.

#BEC #cybersecurity #phishing

https://lnkd.in/e6wh8sG

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Cybersecurity put under investor microscope

Posted by Johnny Lee on January 21, 2019

Cybersecurity put under investor microscope Pensions & Investments Asset owners are examining Wall Street *service* providers, including managers and custodians, to ensure they have sound security practices.

Source: Cybersecurity put under investor microscope

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My AICPA Keynote Presentation on Blockchain…

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 8, 2018

I had a great deal of fun presenting at this conference in the Fall of 2018.  If you have an interest in viewing a plain-English, digestible introduction to blockchain technologies, this video may just be right for you.


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#GoodGuysPrevail: Chinese Spy to be tried in U.S. for IP Theft

Posted by Johnny Lee on October 11, 2018

A Chinese spy is extradited to the U.S. after stealing technology secrets…this senior military officer now faces prosecution by the U.S. Department of Justice on economic espionage charges, a precedent in the battle against China’s decades-old practice of “developing its economy at the expense of American know-how” (a lovely euphemism for stealing with great profligacy).

Full Washington Post story is here.

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Tech companies: Top 3 cybersecurity myths…

Posted by Johnny Lee on September 29, 2018

A recent piece on which I collaborated (with my @GrantThorntonUS colleague Orus Dearman), focused on some of the common misconceptions we see within our Technology clients vis-à-vis #CyberSecurity

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The plot sickens…

Posted by Johnny Lee on July 19, 2018

Investigators are examining whether @Facebook adequately warned investors about its proclivities for sharing customer data with third parties.
Zuckerberg Testimony

Wall Street Journal story is here.

#LegalizePrivacy #Privacy

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New Grant Thornton Thought Leadership – Mandatory Initial Discovery Protocol

Posted by Johnny Lee on June 19, 2018

I’m proud to have contributed (with my Grant Thornton LLP colleagues Lucas Newcomer and David Aberman) to an overview of the the #MIDP eDiscovery protocols being piloted by the Judicial Conference of the United States…

https://sb.gl/2rDs93T

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God bless The Onion for the important work it does…

Posted by Johnny Lee on April 4, 2018

Headline: “Mark Zuckerberg Prepares For Congressional Testimony By Poring Over Lawmakers’ Personal Data”

#FakeNews #SatireMatters #Irony

https://lnkd.in/eA9avUS

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Proud to join an august panel @ LegalTech 2018…

Posted by Johnny Lee on January 23, 2018

I am thrilled to be sharing the stage with Chris Dale, Meribeth Banischek, David Horrigan, and Rachi Messing to discuss cross-border data issues in investigations and compliance at #Legalweek18 … come join us for a lively discussion!

Details can be found here

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