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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

For Sale: Your Stolen Pre-Released Press Releases!

Hackers Busted Selling Press Releases to Traders – How Secure is Your Vendor’s Info Security?    In light of the rash of data security events in the last few years, your company has invested heavily in upgraded security hardware and software.  In addition, you recently completed a comprehensive security awareness training program for all your employees, reinforcing the importance of data security (in particular, reminding them not to open those …Read More

4Discovery and CES Selected to Conduct Homeland Security Training

State of Vermont Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security and CRA Selects Team Consisting of Experts from 4Discovery and CES In today’s world, the critical evidence required to investigate criminal or terrorist activity is increasingly found on laptops, tablets, smart phones, and social media.  Given that, when the State of Vermont with contractor CRA, selected a team to train a group of their Homeland Security officers recently, they turned …Read More

Business Software Alliance (BSA) Audits: Top Ten Things to do if You Receive a BSA Letter

A software audit firm, working with your counsel, can help you manage a more favorable outcome when responding to a BSA letter. The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is an industry trade group comprised of software giants that exist to help leading software firms combat software copyright law violations- sometimes referred to as software piracy.  Well-funded and aggressive, the BSA pays hefty rewards to whistleblowers, and levies large fines to violators.  Companies …Read More

Social Media eDiscovery: If you are not doing it, you will be soon!

Social Media eDiscovery:  If you are not doing it, you will be soon! “We believe that running a social media search of clients, opponents, and witnesses is now part of the minimum level of due diligence expected of a competent litigator…..In our view, it’s just a matter of time before malpractice claims begin to surface based on a failure to use information publicly available on the Internet.”[1]   Anatomy of a …Read More