Archive for March 2016

Computer Forensics Protects Your Most Sensitive Data

As the use of networked computers and personal mobile devices has grown, it has become significantly more difficult for companies to manage and monitor their sensitive data. Where in generations past sensitive documents could be secured under lock and key, the ease of mobility provided by the cloud creates frequent and serious possibilities of data…

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FACIAL RECOGNITION FOR GOOGLE GLASS WILL HAPPEN

 If you’re like us here at ADF, one of our (somewhat embarrassing) first thoughts on potential uses for Google Glass was identifying people we’ve met before — but whose names escape us — at networking events.  But our hopes and dreams of being really slick (if slightly geeky) at upcoming events were dashed when Google…

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E-DISCOVERY AND GMAIL

We recently came across and interesting post on a court ruling in Keaton v. Hannum, 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 60519, at *4-5 (S.D. Ind. Apr. 29, 2013)  where a party claimed that they were unable to produce their Gmail email in a native Microsoft PST format because Google did not support PST as a download option.  Here at ADF…

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CYBER ATTACKS ON MEDICAL DEVICES

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released a new set of cyber security recommendations for medical device manufactures and hospitals.  The FDA listed of a series of cyber threats that included: Malware infecting or disabling medical devices Malware on hospital computers, smartphones, and tablets Failure to patch legacy medical devices Vulnerabilities in commercial…

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TWITTER DATA LIVES ON AND ON AND ON

an interesting example of Twitter data longevity in the recent George Zimmerman 2nd degree murder trial going on in Florida  On the evening of June 25, 2013 there was an attempt to scrub or sanitize the Twitter account of star government witness Rachel Jeantel’s Twitter account.  The teenagers’ Twitter account contained over 200 posts in the…

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WHY YOU SHOULDN'T USE YOUR FACEBOOK PICTURE ON A DATING WEBSITE

Actually, don’t use any pictures that you want associated with the “anonymous” you that are associated in any way — elsewhere on the internet — with the “public” you.  Don’t use your dating photos on Twitter, don’t host them on LinkedIn, and don’t post them on your home-grown blog.  That is, unless you don’t mind…

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