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Friday Top Nine for April 28, 2017

Posted by Marketing

Apr 28, 2017 5:35:39 PM

Our favourite links from around the web to kick off your weekend.

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  1. Weak, Stolen Passwords Still a Leading Factor in Breaches

    "Odds are your organization will be breached through a hack than any other method, and most likely by attackers leveraging users’ weak or stolen passwords, according to the annual Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report." (via itworldcanada.com)

  2. Implementing a Technology Plan

    "A lawyer’s practice depends on technology. Furthermore, technology is increasingly being used within law practices to streamline legal processes. However, identifying technologies and implementation requires strategy and possibly significant investment on the part of the firm.(via canadianlawyermag.com)

  3. The Secret Style Guide the Supreme Court Doesn’t Want You to Read

    "You can’t get any higher than supreme. So when the public gets a glimpse into the inner workings of the Supreme Court, it’s a big deal..." (via lawyerist.com)

  4. How Lawyers Can Bring Customer Service to Their Organizations

    "Increasingly, technology companies like my company have been championing the importance of embracing a “customer obsession” mindset. For our legal profession what does it mean for lawyers – whether you work in a law firm, in-house or for the public interest – to have a customer obsessed mentality when serving clients?" (via bol.bna.com)

  5. The Benefits of Welcoming AI Into the Legal Department

    "Artificial intelligence in the legal profession is often discussed in terms of how many lawyers will be replaced by the technology." (via insidecounsel.com)

  6. 5 Bad e-Discovery Search Habits and How to Break Them

    "No one likes to start the day with a frantic email: a search won’t run or isn’t providing the expected results, and because you’re trying to complete a review project on a tight deadline, you have no choice but to fire off a panicked request for help to your litigation support team. But you don’t have to find yourself trapped in this position. A bit of better search hygiene can make all the difference.” (via blog.kcura.com)

  7. Preventing an IT Crisis: 8 Things to Know Before Your IT Guy Quits

    "If increasing your IT personnel bandwidth isn’t a possibility for you right now, it is wise to make a list of the things you need to know about your network prior to your solo IT guy’s inevitable departure. Get a plan in place before crisis strikes."  (via mindshift.com/Blog)

  8. The Cost Of Cyber Breach -- How Much Your Company Should Budget

    "There are three major areas of growth in the next decade: cyber risk, cyber insurance and IoT security. Each of these three areas are green fields, and are the next level of assurance in cyber." (via forbes.com)

  9. Smart Cities, Big Problems? The Risk of Malware in IoT-Enabled Infrastructure

    "Empowered, connected and automated smart cities offer a potential solution, but as explained by Information Age, they may come with a considerable caveat: malware.(via securityintelligence.com)

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Technology in Practice is an annual litigation technology conference that provides educational and practical content for Canadian legal professionals. It is hosted by Commonwealth Legal and supported by our technology partners and fellow industry experts. And now, we're bringing that unique perspective to you in the form of a blog.