Avoid Legal Malpractice— How to Select a Reasonably Secure Password

Recently, several highly publicized security breaches resulted in the theft of password databases containing from tens of thousands to millions of passwords. Some of these password collections have been publicly disclosed and they provide a wealth of insight into the typical passwords chosen by consumers.  It’s not a pretty picture. Based upon the analysis of these real world passwords, there … Read More

Security for Cloud Synced Data (Dropbox and MobileNoter)

Two applications that I am using for file transfers in my new iPad centric practice are Dropbox and MobileNoter. Both of these applications provide cloud synchronization features that allow data stored on my system computer to be synced via the cloud to or from my iPad in encrypted form. Before using these services, I conducted some basic due diligence to … Read More