Guest Post by Cassie Phillips You can’t have spent more than a week on the internet without hearing about malware and its adverse effects on your computer or even your smartphone (smartphone malware is on the rise as well). Perhaps you’ve even had to spend half a day cleaning it off your computer yourself. It [...]
I had the wonderful opportunity to visit with and get to know Kevin O'Keefe (@kevinokeefe) at the State Bar of Texas 2015 Annual Meeting in San Antonio. Kevin is the Founder and CEO of LexBlog, the preeminent source for legal blogging (where I plan to head, one day). Kevin and I both did presentations during [...]
This is a prime example of the challenges that the law has when trying to keep up with evolving technology. The technology wins everytime and then we are left to clean up the mess later.
I read an interesting article that discusses the intersection between social media and cybersecurity. The gist is that the bad guys use information they learn on social media (recall my lessons on business situational awareness) to engage in social engineering / spear phishing attacks based upon that intel. Read more: Why Hackers Love Companies Who Use Social [...]
A Southern District of Texas bankruptcy court ruled that business social media accounts are property that has value and belongs to the subject business. Therefore, the accounts are part of the businesses' bankruptcy estate and must be surrendered by the businesses' former owner. The case is In re: CTLI LLC, No. 14-33564 (Bankr. S.D. Tx. Apr. 3, 2015). Here is a more extensive article [...]