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April 2016

Chicago-Based Digital Forensics Firm 4Discovery Lands Additional Incident Response Talent

Elite Computer Forensics Consulting Shop Adds Aby Thomas to their Growing Staff In a move to bolster their position as a premier computer forensics firm, and further develop their growing Incident Response business, 4Discovery LLC has announced the hiring of a well-regarded industry veteran, Aby Thomas.  Thomas joins 4Discovery from Dell Secureworks, where he was a Senior Security Advisor in Dell’s Incident Response Unit. “The Incident Response market is exploding,” …Read More

An Executive Resigns: Misconduct Suspected, Employer Cannot Access Evidence on His Mobile Phone

“Sorry…You Are Locked Out of Your Own Data” Well, it happened again today.  We had to call a client and advise them that it will be nearly impossible, or at least very expensive to perform a forensic exam of one of their smart phones after the user of the phone, a key executive suspected of misconduct, abruptly resigned.  Why?  Because the device, a newer Apple iPhone, was password protected and …Read More

Need CLE Credits?

Time is running out for completing your CLE credits for this year.  Don’t wait till the last minute! Let us bring the content to you…4Discovery provides on-site CLE programs in the convenience of your firm’s conference room. Our programs are: • Free of charge • CLE certified for 1.5 hours • All materials provided:  Certificates, hand-outs & MCLE paperwork is included • Lunch and Learn format in your conference room.  …Read More

Your Law Firm Has Just Suffered a Data Breach…Do you Tell Your Clients?

Recent Law Firm Data Breaches are Reigniting This Debate Cyber attacks against some of the country’s top law firms are creating fresh concerns about protecting client data, and when lawyers should advise their clients that a breach has occurred. The Wall Street Journal has reported that hackers have attacked the networks of Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP,  Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP, and others.  While the motives of the hackers …Read More