On today’s podcast, we ask security experts Sharon Nelson and John Simek things like how hard is it, really, to hack into someone’s email? And what’s the greatest security threat for lawyers? Plus, our favorite posts and podcasts of 2015.
Computer security experts Sharon Nelson and John Simek answer Sam’s questions you’ve always wanted to know, like how hard it is, really, to get into your email? What’s the weakest part of your security system? Do you really need to encrypt your email, and how should you go about it? And who is spying on you online, anyway?
Get the answers in today’s show.
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