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Attacks on Your Smartphone

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Attacks on Your Smartphone

A new crime wave against smartphones is building. Smartphones are a goldmine for identity thieves. Once into your phone, they can access passwords, photos, addresses, everything. Criminals don't need to grab your phone and break in. And they don't need to hack in through obscure security holes that are hard to find, hard to exploit and quickly closed. Hackers find it easier to create fake apps resembling popular ones like Facebook and Whatsapp. They trick you into installing their "more secure" version of these apps. Recently a global malware campaign dubbed Dark Caracal infected thousands of smartphones across the globe....

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Crime as a Service

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Crime as a Service

We can expect more widespread viruses and data theft due to....

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Six Security Predictions for 2018

Six Security Predictions for 2018

What sort of cybersecurity threats can you expect in 2018? And what can you do about them?

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Attacks on Smartphones

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Attacks on Smartphones

You have antivirus software on your computer. What about
your phone? New attacks have...

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Are You in One of these States? Technology Competence

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Are You in One of these States? Technology Competence

Do you practice in one of the green states on this map? In 25 states, lawyers have an official duty of technology competence. Competence is the very first duty stated in the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. Comment 8 to Rule 1.1 states in part:“To maintain the requisite knowledge and skill, a lawyer should keep abreast of changes in the law and its practice, including the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology...."In the remaining states, lawyers' duties to their client may be interpreted to require the exercise of due care in the use of technology to safeguard your clients'...

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