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FBI recommends two-factor authentication & training to thwart Spearphising!

Posted in Cyber, eCommerce, Uncategorized
Among a number of recommendations to avoid Spearphishing (aka Business Email Compromise – BEC) the FBI recommends that “employees to use two-factor authentication to access corporate e-mail accounts.” The November 14, 2017 FBI News Report entitled “FBI Tech Tuesday—Digital Defense Against Business E-mail Compromises” included this advice about training employees to: watch for suspicious requests,… Continue Reading

GUEST BLOG: Attorney Client Privilege Lost in the Cloud!

Posted in E-Discovery, eCommerce, Internet Access, Uncategorized
My Guest Blogger Eddie Block (CISSP, CIPM, CIPP/G, CISA, CEH) is a senior attorney in Gardere’s Litigation Group and member of the Cybersecurity and Privacy Legal Services Team who focuses on all aspects of information cyber security, including credentialing functions, firewall and IDS deployment and monitoring, and penetration testing, and related complex litigation.  Eddie blogs at JurisHacker. Attorney Client Privilege… Continue Reading

Eliminating Net Neutrality likely to raise the cost of using the Internet!

Posted in Internet Access, Net Neutrality, Uncategorized
Senator Al Franken issued a letter to Ajit Pai (new Chair of the Federal Communications Commission – FCC) after Commissioner Pai stated his opposition to Net Neutrality which letter ended with this comment that “Net neutrality is the First Amendment issue of our time, and I will fight to protect it every step of the way.” … Continue Reading