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Lessons Learned from the SolarWinds Hack: What Went Wrong & How Can Lawyers Help Mitigate the Risk of Cyberattacks

Authors:  Carina Mendola, University of Pittsburgh School of Law (JD expected 2022), BA, MBA, MSIT; Brett Creasy, President and Director of Digital Forensics, bit-x-bit, LLC, CISSP, GCFA, CCE The recent SolarWinds hack has been described as "a turning point in [...]

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Using Cloud-Based Systems to Transmit Client Data? Be Mindful of Potential Security Risks

Failure to protect and safeguard data is more than just a potential liability for law firms: it can also have adverse consequences for the firm’s clients. Law firms are extraordinarily alluring for threat actors since profitable information, including trade secrets [...]

Microsoft Teams – How to smartly use a powerful collaboration tool

By: Brett Creasy & John Unice Since the world’s shift to remote work, the use of workplace collaboration tools – which enable members of an organization to share information, work on documents, and communicate globally – has exploded. Microsoft Teams, [...]

Is Your Network Safe from the SolarWinds Breach?

As reported recently by major news outlets such as Reuters, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and others, FireEye, an international cybersecurity company, as well as prominent U.S. government agencies, including the Departments of Treasury, Commerce and Homeland Security, [...]

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ATTENTION GMAIL USERS: HACKERS CAN EXPLOIT MARKETING EMAILS IN YOUR INBOX – HERE’S HOW TO MITIGATE THIS RISK AND MAKE YOUR GMAIL ACCOUNT MORE SECURE

By Caitlin Counihan, CCO, CCPA, Digital Forensic Analyst The marketing emails arriving in your Gmail inbox are not just a “one way” product advertisement from a marketer – those emails also send information about you back to the marketing company [...]

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