13 Mar

Security Alert! eDOCS DM Auto Logon Vulnerability and Hotfix

Today, OpenText announced a hotfix that patches a critical security vulnerability in the eDOCS DM platforms.  According to the communication that was delivered to customers and partners: The eDOCS DM 5.3.x and 10 Web Services application programming interface (API) contains a security vulnerability that could be exploited to allow a bad actor to programmatically authenticate Read more…

11 Mar

Protecting Your DM Environment with Guardian for eDOCS

Society tends to focus on newsworthy, external attacks by cyber terrorists looking to corrupt your data and confiscate personal information. This shifts the focus away from equally as important internal security threats. They are not as exciting and creative as viruses like Cryptolocker, but internal security threats can be just as detrimental. Cryptolocker can encrypt Read more…

04 Mar

Will 2015 Be the Year of Information Rights Management in Legal?

Digital Rights Management (DRM) is not a new concept.  In the 2000s, many music and movie providers started including DRM technology into downloads, to ensure the product is not shared illegally or pirated. More recently, coffee maker Keurig announced plans to embed their new line of appliances with DRM technology. The move was a way to beat back Read more…

02 Mar

Q&A With Forensic Investigator Douglas Brush

Last year, Kraft Kennedy launched an Information Security and Governance (ISG) practice, which includes digital forensics, cyber investigation, litigation support and planning, and expert witness testimony among its management and technology consulting services. To support the work, Kraft Kennedy has built a forensic lab in its New York office. Douglas Brush, ISG Director and lead Read more…

20 Feb

Lenovo’s Superfish Casts Light on Security Concerns About Pre-Installed Software

A controversy brewed on the internet this week when security researchers found that Lenovo had been shipping laptops with a pre-installed app called Superfish, criticized as annoying, intrusive adware by users, and as a major security vulnerability by experts. Lenovo has announced in response that it will stop adding Superfish to its laptops and will Read more…

03 Feb

Getting a Security Audit? Is Your Firm Ready?

Over the last couple years there has been a steady increase in the number of law firms that have been required to participate in a security audit by a potential or existing client. Let’s face it. No-one likes an audit. But they happen and it’s best to be prepared. Red flags raised during a law firm security Read more…

16 Dec

5 Patch 2 Furious

December has been a tumultuous month for Microsoft patches. This Patch Tuesday resulted in an unusual number of faulty updates, with issues that range from disabling Windows Updates to breaking the ActiveX features within Office. Find below the lineup for all affected Microsoft December Patches as well as recommended solutions. A security update for Internet Explorer, Read more…

12 Nov

Critical Patch Released for all Microsoft Server and Workstation Products

Yesterday evening, Microsoft released a security bulletin and related patch rated as Critical for all Server and Workstation products.  The patch addresses a vulnerability that would allow maliciously crafted SSL- or TLS-encrypted traffic to execute code of its choosing on the affected target. Some firms delay installing Patch Tuesday updates for a variety of reasons.  Read more…

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