Ride the Lightning

Cybersecurity and Future of Law Practice Blog
by Sharon D. Nelson Esq., President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc.

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Jan 26, 2023

Congressman Who Codes Says AI Freaks Him Out

The New York Times published an essay on January 23 written by Congressman Ted Lieu, a member of the House

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Jan 25, 2023

ITRC 2022 Annual Breach Report Reveals Near-Record Number of Compromises

The Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC), a nationally recognized nonprofit organization established to support victims of identity crime, has released

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Jan 24, 2023

NIST To Rework its Cybersecurity Guidelines

CyberWire reported on January 20 that NIST is going to rework its cybersecurity guidelines. On January 19, the US National

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Jan 19, 2023

Podcast: The ‘Enemies List’ at Madison Square Garden

On January 18, The New York Times published a podcast called “The ‘Enemies’ List at Madison Square Garden (MSG). In

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Jan 18, 2023

Law Firm Proskauer Sues Ex-COO for Data Theft

I am late catching up with this one. Blame the holidays. Reuters reported on December 28 that law firm Proskauer

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Jan 17, 2023

Make This Your 2023 Cybersecurity Resolution

Dark Reading published a post on January 11 describing the resolution that every CSO,CISO (and I would add law firm

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Jan 12, 2023

SEC Sues Law Firm Covington & Burling for Details About Data Breach

Reuters reported on January 11 that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has sued law firm Covington & Burling for

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Jan 11, 2023

Microsoft Can Produce Deepfake Audio in Only Three Seconds

Ars Technica reported on January 9th that Microsoft researchers have announced a new text-to-speech AI model called VALL-E that can

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Jan 10, 2023

‘Robot Lawyer’ Preparing for its First U.S. Court Case

Gizmodo reported on January 7 that AI company’s DoNotPay’s ‘Robot Lawyer” is getting ready for its first U.S. court case.

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Jan 05, 2023

LastPass Finally Admits That Password Vaults Were Stolen

Catching up from the holidays, Naked Security reported on December 23 that LastPass finally acknowledged that password vaults were stolen

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Jan 04, 2023

Facial Recognition Results in Lawyer/Girl Scout Mom Being Banned by Madison Square Garden

Bressler Risk Blog reported on December 23 that lawyer and Girl Scout mom Kelly Conlon was not allowed entrance to

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Dec 21, 2022

Is Your “Acceptable Use Policy” Acceptable to Employees?

CSO Online published a very good post on December 14. I loved the first line: “If users resent, fear or

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