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  • Cybersecurity Concerns Grow In Russia's War

    May 01, 2022 |

    After a raft of debilitating Western sanctions on Russia and the exodus of global firms from Moscow, Russia-originating cyber attacks are a growing concern among law firms, as the war delivers the loudest reminder yet to both firms and their clients that they must be prepared.

  • Innovation In a Hyper-Competitive Market

    February 01, 2022 |

    The results of interviewing 30 chief talent officers along with directors and managers of recruiting reveal the impact of the pandemic on entry-level and lateral hiring, the appetite for leveraging technology to address the rapid acceleration in on-campus interviewing and lateral recruitment, and the increased focus on innovation to fuel law firm success.

  • The Top 10 2022 Job Market Predictions in Legal Technology

    February 01, 2022 |

    In 2022 hiring will remain the top obstacle to business fulfillment across the e-discovery, data privacy, and cybersecurity landscapes. Here's how to stay a cut above the competition — whether you are an employer or a job seeker.

  • Predicting What 2022 Holds for Cybersecurity

    January 01, 2022 |

    Predictions aside, complacency is not an option if you plan to survive and thrive in 2022. Rest assured, the future of cybersecurity is bright, but it will come with its own set of challenges. We look forward into the future because the sooner we can start adapting strategy, policies, and technologies, the better off everyone will be in the long run.

  • 'Never Trust, Always Verify': Zero Trust Security

    January 01, 2022 |

    Recognizing the ever-increasing cyber threats to businesses, government entities, and individuals, the White House announced that Federal Civilian Executive Branch agencies must migrate toward Zero Trust Cybersecurity Architecture by September 2024. Under Zero Trust, trust is the ultimate vulnerability of any system and, therefore, trust has to be eliminated from a business' cybersecurity approach.

  • Analyzing the Impact of the Many New Rules of Cybersecurity

    December 01, 2021 |

    New cybersecurity and data protection federal regulations, directives and guidelines as well as new case law, industry-specific guidelines and new state laws that, when taken together, form an industry standard applicable to almost all business sectors