The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has continued its assault on businesses and their ability to legitimately protect their computer systems and information against unauthorized non-business use by employees. A few weeks ago, I wrote 3 Important Points on Computer Policies in which I stressed (1) why your company must have them but (2) that … Continue reading Computer Use Policies – Are Your Company’s Illegal According to the NLRB?
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 … Continue reading Why Hackers Love Companies Who Use Social Media – The Point
Justice Matthew Cooper, of the Manhatten Supreme Court, made a landmark ruling that permits a woman to serve divorce papers on her estranged husband via Facebook messenger. In this case, it only makes sense to permit this: The husband has deserted the wife The husband has no fixed address or place employment The husband's only contact … Continue reading New York Court Permits Service of Divorce Papers via Facebook
Here is the third and final post in my 3 part series on Cordell Parvin's blog: Lawyers: Simple Ways to Use Social Media Marketing in One Hour: Part 3 | Cordell Parvin Blog. If you missed them, here are the first two posts: Part 2 of Series: Simple Ways to Use Social Media Marketing in One … Continue reading Part 3 of Series: Simple Ways to Use Social Media to Build Your Practice in One Hour