Articles & Interviews

Cybersecurity

Can Reducing Risk Be Bad for Us? Yes, If Your Rules Lack Flexibility

Charlie Platt, Director of Data Analytics for iDS, resumes his Ethical Hacker column with a piece on how reducing cyber risk can get in the way of your business – that is, if your rules lack flexibility. The best way to implement successful cyber risk programs without hurting your business, he says, is to design them to adapt to dynamic business requirements by providing an approved exception process.

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Pro Bono

Pro Bono in E-Discovery

In 1919, Reginald Heber Smith wrote the seminal article “Justice and the Poor,” laying out the irrefutable argument that everyone should have access to our legal system. Today, lawyers are taught in law school that there is a professional responsibility to provide legal services to everyone.

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Cybersecurity

Compliance Alone Does Not Guarantee Security

iDiscovery Solutions’ Director of Cybersecurity Robert Kirtley warns organizations not to confuse “security theater” with the type of user awareness training that can change risky behaviors and foster a culture of security.

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