Nicole Black reports that 26 states now require lawyers to stay abreast of changes in legal technology and advises colleagues on how to implement security procedures that will protect your law firm’s data and help to keep client data confidential and secure.
Conrad J. Jacoby, Esq. is a member of The Sedona Conference® and a contributing columnist for Fios, Inc. His work focuses on the areas of information management, e-discovery, and litigation support.
E-Discovery Update – by Fios Inc.
Burney’s Gadgets for Legal Pros – Reviews: Treo 700w; Free Personal Firewall; WiFi Security; Free Backup Program
Brett Burney recommends the new Treo 700w to those who prefer the Windows Mobile OS to that offered by Palm. He also talks about free and low cost firewall and and antivirus programs, as well as how to secure your Wi-Fi network at home and on the road. Last but not least, Brett heralds a free, easy to use back-up system for your PC.
Features – Treat E-Mail Like Other Communications: An Argument Against Mandatory Encryption of Attorney-Client Communications
Treat E-mail Like Other Communications: An Argument Against Mandatory Encryption of Attorney-Client Communications By Peter R. Krakaur
(Posted January 1, 1998; Archived February 1, 1998)
Return to Library CongressLine The Fall of Discontent: The Encryption Controversy
by Carol M. Morrissey
Carol M. Morrissey has been the Legislative Specialist for the Washington, D. C. office of Chicago’s Sidley & Austin for 11 years. She is a lawyer and legislative expert who has also authored a Congressional update column for the last 4 years.
(Posted November 1, 1997; Archived December 1, 1997)