Stupid Simple Security Tips
When the American Bar Association trotted out its model rules of professional conduct in 1983, the world, for the most part, was still one of the pencils, paper, and typewriters. Accordingly, Rule 1.6(c)—spelling out lawyer obligations to keep client information
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- SSST #42 – Hacker’s Number One Method
- What is Cyber Liability Insurance, and Does My Firm Need This?
- SSST #41 – Avoid Unfamiliar Websites
- The Most Reasonable Step You Can Take to Fulfill Your Client Confidential Data-Protection Duty
- SSST #40 – Turn Off Your Brain’s Autopilot Feature
- SSST #39 – Attract Good Fortune: Backup Your Data Daily
- SSST #38 – Not all Cyber Attacks are Received on Your Computer!
- My Recent Podcast Appearance on The Tech Savvy Lawyer
- CISA Issues Cybersecurity Recommendations in Reaction to Russia’s Invading of Ukraine
- Back to Basics: What’s multi-factor authentication – and why should I care?