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Jeffrey Brandt of Law Technology News published a book review last week of Locked Down: Information Security for Lawyers authored by Sensei’s Sharon Nelson and John Simek with Dave Ries of Thorp Reed & Armstrong. Mr. Brandt said that the book “should be required reading for any managing partner, risk partner, technology committee chair, or interested attorney in a law firm”. He further stated that the authors provided ample evidence as to why security should be taken seriously by every lawyer and law firm employee. Read the review…
Are you concerned about the security of your data on your computer and mobile devices? Today on Blog Talk Radio with host Jim Blue, guest John Simek discusses what measures you should be taking to insure the security of your data. The show airs at 4:30 PM. If you can’t listen live, the program is available anytime on an archived basis. Listen here…
John Simek is the Vice President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. John has a national reputation as a digital forensics technologist and has testified as an expert witness throughout the United States. He holds many technical and forensic certifications.
I can’t remember the last time Sensei had three job openings – things must be looking up! We are looking for a digital forensics examiner, a senior IT consultant and a junior IT consultant. Click the link for each position for a full description of the requirements below. Please make sure you state your salary requirements and send your resumes to me at email@example.com . Feel free to pass this posting along to anyone you know who might be interested!
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I can’t remember the last time Sensei had three job openings – things must be looking up!
We are looking for a digital forensics examiner, a senior IT consultant and a junior IT consultant. The descriptions are below. Please make sure you state your salary requirements and send your resumes to me firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to pass this posting along to anyone you know who might be interested!
At 4:30 PM today, Blog Talk Radio’s featured program of the day will discuss the topic “What are Digital Assets? Have you granted someone access to them if something were to happen to you?”.
Jim Blue, host of the show, and guest Sharon Nelson, the President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. join in a discussion on the importance of your “Digital Assets” and how to go about making sure they are protected in the event something were to happen to you. Click on the logo below to listen to the program.
If you can’t listen in person, click on the logo anytime to hear a rebroadcast of the program.
No more lawyer Luddites – not if you are to abide by Resolution 105A, proposed by the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20 and passed yesterday by the House of Delegates. The Resolutions requires lawyers to act competently in securing their clients’ data. Read blog post at Ride the Lightning
On July 30, 2012, Slaw, Canada’s leading online blog published Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek’s article on “Securely Deleting Data from Mobile Devices”. Sensei’s principals point out that at Sensei we are usually attempting to retrieve lost data; however, when a phone is upgraded can we be certain that all confidential or personal information is removed from memory? Sharon and John answer that question. Read more…
The July/August 2012 issue of GPSOLO featured an article by Sensei’s principals Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek. In the article, entitled “Technology and the Sale of a Law Practice”, they discuss the many considerations to bear in mind whether buying or selling a practice. Often overlooked is the technology owned or leased by the law practice in question. Read more…