Apr
29

Don’t be next! Minecraft Third-Party Suffers Security Breach

By now, you have heard of the security breach suffered by a Minecraft third party called Lifeboat which caused roughly 7 million user passwords to be penetrated or hacked.  The even more unfortunate part? It happened months before Lifeboat admitted … Read More

Feb
23

Deleting Data from a Device: Is it really gone?

We’ve all had to delete data from our devices, whether the plan was to sell or just dispose of them.  Of course, we try to remove all confidential information, pictures, emails and files so that they cannot be accessed by … Read More

Off-the-topic: 5 Winter Getaway Ideas

Once the holidays pass and the snow finally settles, cabin fever is sure to kick in. Don’t get stuck in the usual winter rut; try any of the five getaway ideas below to shake things up. Your family will thank … Read More

Altitude IG Updates for January

The new Altitude IG updates for January are being released at the end of the month.  The update includes several new legal hold notification features: Automated re-sending of the hold notice if the custodian has not acknowledged the hold within … Read More

Are eDiscovery policies a part of your Risk Management Plan?

Electronic discovery (also called e-discovery) refers to any process in which electronic data is sought, located, secured, and searched with the intent of using it as evidence in a civil or criminal legal case. Discovery of electronic records has become … Read More

Jan
07

New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments to Rule 37

Noteworthy changes have been made to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) affecting the legal discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) as of December 1, 2015.  These amendments were in response to the growing volume of ESI targeted in … Read More