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Friday Top Nine for June 22, 2018

Posted by Marketing

Jun 22, 2018 6:26:04 PM

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

This week's roundup includes: Cybersecurity at the World Cup: What You Should Know, A Live Cyber Attack Threat Map, 10 Cities with Legal Tech Scenes to Watch, and more...

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  1. Cybersecurity at the World Cup: What You Should Know

    "Enhanced security at these events often focuses on physical security, with increased local police, physical barriers and identification checks. Yet, such measures should not overlook the need for heightened cybersecurity — not only because of the expanded digitization of sports venues but because the very attributes that make these events worthwhile open additional avenues for social engineering."    (via securityintelligence.com)

  2. Telus's Monique Mercier takes Lifetime Achievement Award

    "It has been a 34-year roller-coaster ride for Monique Mercier, who is executive vice-president, corporate affairs and chief legal and governance officer at Telus Corp., and this year’s Lifetime Achievement nominee, who is retiring at the end of the year."  (via business.financialpost.com)

  3. Uber Wants to Patent a Way to Use AI to Identify Drunk Passengers

    "The ridesharing giant has explored identifying drunk passengers with artificial intelligence, according to a patent application published Thursday. With the technology, Uber could better tailor its ride options for customers." (via cnn.com)

  4. A Live Cyber Attack Threat Map

    "Check Point's Live Cyber Attack Threat Map provides real-time tracking of cyber attacks as they're launched around the world." (via threatmap.checkpoint.com)

  5. eDiscovery Goes to the Movies: Summer 2018 Edition

    "While there are countless movies and television shows featuring lawyers and legal cases, they typically culminate in the cliché of a suspenseful courtroom scene where a character is either exonerated or cleverly goaded into a confession. But once in a while, a film or TV episode actually delves into the details of file discovery or document review."  (via relativity.com/blog)

  6. 13 Reasons To Update Your Outdated Data Security Policy Right Now

    "Reviewing your policy once per year may be enough to squeak by for compliance, but it won’t really protect your environment. In this blog, you’ll learn why an outdated data security policy can increase your risks and how to identify and fix vulnerabilities."  (via cybersecurityventures.com)

  7. Protecting Your Digital Assets

    "The number of people who are trying to infiltrate networks today greatly exceeds those who are trying to prevent intrusion. So the external hacker world is always half a step ahead of the people who are trying to maintain the integrity of the system(via nationalmagazine.ca)

  8. 10 Cities with Legal Tech Scenes to Watch

    "Legal technology has taken off in the US over the past several years. And in that time, the industry has expanded to include startups, law firms and practitioners across the globe. These ten international cities are among the many cultivating their own legal technology scenes and changing the way law is practiced." (via law.com)

  9. Cyberthreats Are Growing and So Must Our Cooperation

    "The advent of an information-based economy and the expansion and reliance upon internet connected devices have made cyber-crime one of the most lucrative sources of income for bad actors." (via lawtechnologytoday.org)

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