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Kevin O’Connor and Phyllis Marcus explain the data protection laws in the US and EU and how current events are affecting today's regulation.
Nate Cardozo explains the FBI’s stance on encryption, the First Amendment issues involved, and speaks on the implications of the FBI vs Apple San Bernardino confrontation.
David Sparks shares ten ways lawyers can get more from their iPhones.
Deputy M. Dean Crump talks about workplace violence and the importance of training employees to handle it properly. He discusses how to safely deal with terminations, physical security measures, and how to prepare for an active shooter situation.
Judy Selby and Sharon Nelson discuss cyber risk management and why it’s necessary for a law firm.
Judy Selby talks about what cyber insurance covers, the different types of coverage, and why it’s an important part of a legal business.
In this episode of the ABA Journal's Legal Rebels, host Jason Tashea talks to Robert Litt about the online threats that have been facing the U.S. since the creation of the internet.
Sophia Cope talks about the EFF and ACLU challenge against the government’s warrantless searches of cell phones and other devices at the border.
Joshua Lenon talks about blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and why it's essential for lawyers to know what these technologies are and how they work.
This legal technology podcast covers the Equifax breach including who was affected, the resulting lawsuits, and whether or not the hack was preventable.
In this On The Road Report from ABA Annual 2017, Roy Zur talks about cybersecurity and cyber intelligence.