The pandemic has challenged our society and structures by pushing medicine, the economy, and psychological tolerance to their limits…but behind the scenes (or behind our screens 🖥), quarantine conditions also threatened cybersecurity. Such quick paradigm shifts accompanied by fear, confusion,
Stupid Simple Security Tips
COVID has redefined the way law is practiced but hasn’t alleviated any ethical responsibilities…only complicated them. The ABA recently reaffirmed this notion in a Formal Opinion outlining Model Rules for the virtual practice of law (#498) issued March 10, 2021.
We’re not entirely done optimizing your protection – here is another crucial (but easy and FREE!) step towards avoiding catastrophic computer consequences. You’ve updated your passwords, activated 2FA, patched all your software, and are even using a VPN to log-on
- Podcast: The Law Entrepreneur
- Tip #26 – Proactive Protection
- Tip #25 – Stolen Credentials: What Now?
- Tip #24 – Dude, Where are My Credentials?
- Tip #23 – Dark Web, Darker News
- Tip #22 – Another Pandemic
- Tip #20 – Remote Control
- Tip #19 – Gone Phishing
- Tip #18 – Always be Prepared
- ABA Opinion 498: Virtual Practice Reality
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We’ve addressed the detection of compromised passwords and what to do if your credentials are stolen. Now it’s time to play offense and use proactive measures to avoid future catastrophes. True cybersecurity isn’t about limiting damage but preventing breaches and