As many as 143 million Americans were left vulnerable by the Equifax breach when hackers accessed personal information like names, addresses, and even social security numbers. In this episode of Digital Detectives, hosts Sharon Nelson and John Simek discuss the Equifax breach including who was affected, the resulting lawsuits, and whether or not the hack was preventable. They also explain the difference between locking and freezing your credit and why taking action to protect yourself is important but complicated.
As technology has gotten more and more complex, it has become critical to have access to folks who do a “deep dive” into security. A security specialist who is all textbook and has no practical experience with IT is no good to you. All the certifications in the world are no substitute for experience.
Sensei recently contributed (with a heavy heart) to Callen’s Cause benefiting SIDS research. Callen was a sweet baby boy who passed away from SIDS in April 2017. SIDS stands for sudden infant death syndrome (also know as crib death). It’s when a baby 12 months or younger dies during sleep with no warning signs or a clear reason. Callen’s parents set up this fund to honor their son and fight to end SIDS.
68-73% of lawyers use iPhones and those aren’t the only Apple products pervading the legal industry. The use of iPads for law has also become more and more common. In this episode of The Digital Edge, hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway talk to Brett Burney about the latest Apple products and how they can serve lawyers. From face ID to the benefits of iOS 11, they share which Apple tools will save lawyers time and effort in their business. They also discuss the top apps that attorneys who use Apple products should download. Check out links to those apps below.