The Government Can Still Get Plenty of Information from Apple
As I pointed out last week, the new iOS security features are great, but they are hardly a panacea.
How the Government Might Circumvent iOS 8 Security
Orin Kerr points out that the government might not be willing to accept a scenario where Apple cannot respond to government warrants.
Apple: “it’s not technically feasible for us to respond to government warrants”
Starting with iOS 8, according to Apple’s newly-updated privacy statement your photos, messages and attachments, email, contacts, call history, iTunes content, notes, and reminders are “placed under the protection of your passcode.”
How to Share Files with Clients
Let’s say you have got a document with sensitive information in it, and you need to send a copy to your client or to opposing counsel. What is the best way to do that?
Your USB Ports Are Not Safe
It turns out that USB devices — all of them — have a fundamental flaw that allow a malicious hacker to take over your computer and infect any other USB device that is plugged into it.
Encrypt Your Phone Calls with Signal for iPhone and RedPhone for Android
Signal and RedPhone offer easy-to-use call encryption to iPhone and Android users.
Is Evernote Secure Enough for Client Data?
The other day on the MILO list, someone said they were exploring using Evernote to manage client files. I responded that I do not think it is a good idea. Here are my reasons.
Update Now: Internet Explorer Security Flaw Can Be Exploited by Malicious Websites
On Saturday, Microsoft announced a zero-day1 security flaw that affects all versions of Internet Explorer. Here’s how it works.
Passwords: a User Guide for Lawyers and Law Firms
Good passwords are essential to data security, and this article has everything you need to know about creating and keeping track of good passwords.
Viivo Secures Your Client Files in the Cloud
Viivo’s security looks rock-solid. Your data is encrypted before it leaves your computer, and you keep the encryption keys. To be frank, I'm sold.
Encryption: Enabling Basic Client File Security
Client file security through encryption is easy. Here's how to do it, and why you really need to.
How to Secure Your Paperless Office
There is more to a paperless office than just scanning everything and accessing your documents when you’re at home, on vacation, or in court. Even if your office is not paperless, you are certainly storing data and documents on computers. But do you know where all that data is being backed up? Is it being backed […]
Is Dropbox Right for Your Practice?
Dropbox is an extremely popular cloud computing option. Just because it's popular, however, does not mean it's right for your practice. Here are some things to consider before using Dropbox in your practice.
In Defense of WordPress
Getting started with with WordPress is quick and easy. Which has made it extremely popular. But as WordPress popularity has grown, so too has the giant target on its back. But with some basic settings, policies and plugins, you can protect yourself from 99% of the attacks you might face. Before we get into the […]
Q: Doesn’t My Password Protect My Computer?
A: No. There are basically two “doors” to your computer. Your password only protects one.