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Prophets and Profits

September 15, 2021


If you’re looking for an interesting podcast that focuses on the business side of the legal profession, let me recommend Profit with Law, created by Moshe Amsel. I recently recorded my second episode with Moshe, in which we really dug into the looming dangers and financial repercussions law firms face from emerging cybersecurity threats. CLICK […]

  • September 15, 2021
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Stupid Simple Mac Tip #90–Apple Slices

August 8, 2021


All Apple products have beautiful screens, but they’renot always quite large enough. Retina displays and high-resolution mean little if you’resquinting to work. Then again, dazzling displays can be too distracting, with multiple windows dividing attention. Luckily, your Mac has settings to help in either situation: Full-Screen or Split-Screen mode. Full Screen Whether you’re working with […]

  • August 8, 2021

Stupid Simple Mac Tip #89 – New Hotness

August 3, 2021


Working at a smaller firm often means days spent hustling around town: from courthouse to clients to deps and discovery, dashing between spots lacking solid Wi-Fi. The rise of remote working means even less predictable access. When most offices are closed, suddenly all the world’s a cubicle – so how do you keep your Mac […]

  • August 3, 2021

Stupid Simple Security Tip #23 – Dark Web, Darker News

June 3, 2021


Continuing our series on COVID-driven cybersecurity threats, let’s take a look at the Dark Web: a nefarious presence that seems almost fictional but is the home to some very real threats. You may not know what the Dark Web is, but that doesn’t mean it’s unaware of you — so arm yourself with a bit […]

  • June 3, 2021

Stupid Simple Security Tip #22 – Another Pandemic

May 27, 2021


Just as vaccines bring COVID under control, the world is on the cusp of another pandemic: ransomware. That’s not hyperbole, but congressional testimony from the director of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security. His assessment is backed by the numbers (ransomware attacks jumped 715% in 2020) and by the news cycle, where a high-profile attack recently shut […]

  • May 27, 2021
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