The American Bar Association’s Your ABA e-News for Members quoted Sensei’s Vice President, John Simek, in a column entitled Pleading Ignorance is not Protection Against Client Data Loss, say ABA Panelists. Simek and David Ries of Thorp Reed & Armstrong LLP presented “Locked Down: Security in Using Cloud Services and Mobile Devices” at the 2013 Midyear Meeting in Dallas, TX. “Pleading ignorance won’t work,” Simek said. “Competence requires understanding the benefits and risks associated with the relevant technology. You must get a baseline knowledge or get help.”Read the column here…
Archives for February 2013
The “Top 20 +” is a snapshot of interesting e-discovery blog/web site posts, vendor news/views on a wide range of electronic discovery related issues and other tech developments from the previous week. The posts are chosen by Rob Robinson who is Vice President of Marketing for Orange Legal Technologies and the editorial board of “The Electronic Discovery Reading Room.” For the week of February 23rd, Sharon Nelson, President of Sensei Enterprises, was cited for her interesting post on the Mandiant report exposing one of China’s cyber espionage units that attacked the New York Times and other institutions, and that has made all the media buzz. In citing her post, “The Project Counsel Group” stated “President of Sensei Enterprises, one of the industry’s leading digital forensics, information technology and information security firms and Sharon herself in the pantheon of industry mavens has an interesting post.” Click here to read the article…
On March 1, 2013 Sensei’s Principals Sharon Nelson and John Simek will be presenting “First Day in Practice: Technology in Your Law Practice” for theVirginia State Bar in Richmond. Items to be covered include computers, computer operating systems, and computer peripherals.
The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology is a podcast sponsored by the ABA Law Practice Management Section of the American Bar Association, and included in the monthly webzine of “Law Practice Today.” Each month, noted legal technologists and authors/lecturers Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson address a different topic related to lawyers and technology. In the 64th edition, Sharon and Jim talk to Ernie Svenson and Jared Correia about how lawyers can effectively and ethically use Twitter and blogs. Listen to the podcast here…
Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek, Sensei’s President and Vice-President, are speaking at the Solo/Small Firm Conference of the Louisiana State Bar Association. Their topics range from “Locked Down: Information Security for Lawyers” to “On the Trail of the Craigslist Killer: A Case Study in Digital Forensics.” They will be presenting five topics during the two-day conference.
Sensei Enterprises periodically sponsors Pub Nights to share information pertinent to improving, streamlining and increasing business. We’ve all seen YouTube videos – the good, the bad and the ugly. Can a video that is produced and edited professionally help brand your business and increase your bottom line? Yes!
Sharon Nelson and John Simek will teach you how to make budget friendly videos that will help your business grow. Their videos have been viewed more than 300,000 times and brought in many clients. John and Sharon will be joined by videographer Mark Samaan. Mark will demonstrate how easy it is to create professional videos comfortably and easily in your own office.
Join us for beer, wine, snacks and education. Please RSVP as space is limited. Call 703.359.0700 to reserve your seat and feel free to pass this invitation on to others who may be interested.
Sensei’s President, Sharon D. Nelson, is playing an integral role on theAmerican Bar Association’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force. Convening this week at the ABA Midyear Meeting, the task force is working on the ABA’s Cybersecurity Handbook. Laurel Bellows, President of the ABA, stated “The ABA Cybersecurity Legal Task Force is examining risks posed by criminals, terrorists and nations that seek to steal personal and financial information, disrupt critical infrastructure, and wage cyberwar.”