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Ten Steps to Smartphone Security for BlackBerry Smartphones continue to grow in popularity and are now as powerful and functional as many computers. As mobile cybersecurity continues to grow, it is important to protect your smartphone just like you protect your computer. Mobile security tips can help you reduce the risk of exposure to mobile security threats.
Posted by Scott Greene on 12.23.15 in Expert Witness.
Ten Steps to Smartphone Security for BlackBerry Smartphones continue to grow in popularity and are now as powerful and functional as many computers. As mobile cybersecurity continues to grow, it is important to protect your smartphone just like you protect your computer. Mobile security tips can help you reduce the risk of exposure to mobile security threats.
Posted by Scott Greene on 12.22.15 in Expert Witness.
Ten Steps to Smartphone Security for BlackBerry Smartphones continue to grow in popularity and are now as powerful and functional as many computers. As mobile cybersecurity continues to grow, it is important to protect your smartphone just like you protect your computer. Mobile security tips can help you reduce the risk of exposure to mobile security threats.
Posted by Scott Greene on 12.22.15 in Expert Witness.
Ten Steps to Smartphone Security for BlackBerry Smartphones continue to grow in popularity and are now as powerful and functional as many computers. As mobile cybersecurity continues to grow, it is important to protect your smartphone just like you protect your computer. Mobile security tips can help you reduce the risk of exposure to mobile security threats.
Posted by Scott Greene on 12.22.15 in Expert Witness.
In March of 2013, the United States District Court of New Jersey filled charges against eight people, who allegedly hacked into many big name banks and stole upwards of $15,000,000. This allegedly began in 2011....
Posted by Scott Greene on 12.5.15 in Expert Witness.
As an employer, Human Resources Director, or Risk Management Supervisor, ask yourself this question: “Do our employees think about the legal risk of sending communications over the internet?” If you are like the majority of companies, your answer would be, “It is highly improbable”. It is a very common problem amid the work place, for an employee to believe their electronic communications are transient, temporary and, once deleted, untraceable and therefore, harmless. http://www.evidencesolutions.com/web/Articles-by-ESI/managing-the-risky-business-of-company-e-mail-part1.html
Posted by Scott Greene on 9.10.15 in Expert Witness.
As an employer, Human Resources Director, or Risk Management Supervisor, ask yourself this question: “Do our employees think about the legal risk of sending communications over the internet?” If you are like the majority of companies, your answer would be, “It is highly improbable”. It is a very common problem amid the work place, for an employee to believe their electronic communications are transient, temporary and, once deleted, untraceable and therefore, harmless. http://www.evidencesolutions.com/web/Articles-by-ESI/managing-the-risky-business-of-company-e-mail-part1.html
Posted by Scott Greene on 9.10.15 in Expert Witness.
A strong CV and relevant experience do not guarantee that an expert will enhance your case. Here are 10 tips from our expert recruiters that will help you avoid any unpleasant surprises when your witness takes the stand.
Posted by Joe O'Neill on 5.7.14 in Expert Witness.
Automobile black box misinterpretations in which proximate causes are questionable from an expert point of view.
Posted by Perry Zucker on 8.15.12 in Expert Witness.
by Maggie Tamburro Who would have imagined a pair of high heels, a ceramic tile floor, an Australian safety expert, and an outspoken appellate judge could cross paths, offering lessons about expert testimony along the way? So it seems that life – and law – is full of surprises. In a case where unrelated orbits intersect and learned minds differ, a recent dissenting opinion by one 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals judge reveals how essential common sense is when determining admissibility of expert testimony.
Posted by Deborah Brousseau on 6.21.12 in Expert Witness.