I was recently asked to talk about online safety tips that parents should understand to help keep their children safe in the online world. Here are some of my talking points: Understand that this is social engineering in many cases -- these are bad people who are deceiving children into doing what they would … Continue reading Tips for Parents to Help Keep Kids Safe Online
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?
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 … Continue reading Social Media Malware: What Is It and How do You Avoid 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 … Continue reading Kevin O’Keefe Interviews Shawn Tuma About Blogging at State Bar of Texas 2015 Annual Meeting
Here is a great post by Cordell on a few takeaways from our webinar on social media marketing for lawyers. Check it out and let us know what you think: Simple Ways to Effectively Use Social Media to Help Build Your Law Practice | Cordell Parvin Blog.