Cybersecurity

Ethics

NSA surveillance policies raise questions about the viability of the attorney-client privilege

Cybersecurity

Fake law firm websites use real firms’ photos and info, but alter contact details

Annual Meeting

ABA House urges all organizations to develop cybersecurity programs

Annual Meeting

You don’t need perfect tech knowhow for ethics’ sake—but a reasonable grasp is essential

International Law

Snowden gets 3-year residency permit, is on track for Russian citizenship

Trials & Litigation

Some 17,000 seek to join law student’s Facebook class action in Austria

Law By the Numb#rs

Firms keep a tight rein on employees’ mobile access to networks

Security

Law firms’ own employees are among the major cyberthreats to be protected against

Administrative Law

FCC stakes out Florida driver, seeks to fine him $48K for allegedly using cellphone jammer

Criminal Justice

Feds tell local law enforcement to remain silent about cellphone surveillance

Internet Law

Mom can’t learn who created fake Instagram account in daughter’s name; police say no crime occurred

Cybersecurity

DOJ charges Russian in ‘Cryptolocker’ and ‘Project Zeus’ attacks, says US victims lost over $100M

ABA Techshow 2014

Be vigilant about protecting sensitive client data with these tools

ABA Techshow 2014

‘60 Sites’ session takes in the crowd’s favorites

ABA Techshow 2014

4 types of employees can put your security at risk

Criminal Justice

Facing decades in prison, computer hacker ‘Sabu’ gets time served due to cooperation with feds

@LawScribbler

New Blackphone could help lawyers safeguard client information

Evidence

Tech giants refuse to keep government requests for data secret

Criminal Justice

Meet the lawyer working on a plea deal for NSA leaker Edward Snowden

Evidence

As state and local police struggle to investigate cybercrime, official describes ‘helpless feeling’