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Museum Security: The New Model For Corporate Security?
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Randy Marchany, CISO, Virginia Tech

As the CISO of the largest research university in Virginia, I wrote in an earlier blog that EDUs aren’t that different from the corporate world. We have 3 main business processes: Administrative, Academic/Instructional, Research. Our network...

How AI Can be Used to Curb Synthetic Opioid Production?
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The incorporation of AI technology will enable law enforcement agencies to root out the manufacturers of synthetic opioids strategically and efficiently. FREMONT, CA: The emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the...

Legal Process Outsourcing and the Technological Revolution in Legal Services Delivery
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Mark Ross, SVP-Legal Process Outsourcing, Integreon

Even before the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008, in-house legal departments and their outside counsel were under considerable pressure to do more with less. The great recession exacerbated this pressure and led to a surge in the...

Ban on Police Using Biometric Surveillance System Clears California Senate
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A law has been proposed to prohibit police from equipping their body cameras with facial recognition software for 3 years owing to the inaccuracy of the technology. FREMONT, CA: A recent California bill that bans the use of facial recognition...

Your Next Law Firm Website Project
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Vic Peterson, CIO, Stinson Leonard Street LLP

We are gearing up to create a new website in 2018. So, this article is written for the perspective of a team that has in the past successfully developed a firm website and is embarking on building a new one. Websites are ubiquitous, yet they...

Law Enforcement: Run and Chase with Technology!
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Drones, robots, social media, smartphones, biometrics, GPS, and augmented reality are some technologies that are helping police officers do their work efficiently, thereby also safeguarding their well-being. FREMONT, CA: Envision a robbery in...

Setting the Business Up for a Winning Bid with Federal Government
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Obtaining a government contract for the business is like an insurance bond. Not only does it assist in maintaining the reputation of the company but also invites many other offers as well. But how does a company win a contract with Uncle Sam...

Preventing Cyber-Attacks in Universities with Operational Collaboration
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Michael Corn, Deputy CIO & CISO, Brandeis University

University networks have long been viewed as poor models for information security. However in practice many of the challenges facing these networks (broad adoption of consumer-grade services and BYOD for example) are increasingly challenging...

AI-driven Smart Policing to Predict Crime and Attain Fidelity
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FREMONT, CA: For an increasing amount of police forces around the globe, the latest crime-fighting weapon of choice is not a gun, taser, or pepper spray—it's data! But is it possible to decrease crime with computer algorithms? Artificial...

Information Governance: Trust is Good; Control is Better
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Ashley Smith, MD, Navigant

Speaking to corporate officers about Information Governance is similar to cautioning my toddler to hold on to the railing when she descends the staircase–I remind her every time, and she knows she should, but she usually doesn’t, which...

Outdoor Video Surveillance at the Florida East Coast Railway
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Lester Hightower, VP & CIO, Florida East Coast Railway

As I write this article in October of 2017, outdoor video surveillance seems like something that the Florida East Coast Railway (FECR) could not live without, but the truth is that our first sizable installation went into service only in 2014, and...

Information Technology Risks in Higher Education: Strategy for Assessment, Planning and Management
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Praveen Panchal, VP of IT & CIO, The City College of New York

One of the most important organizational issues facing the higher education institutions today is the risk of unprotected and inaccessible information. In general, the risk of unprotected information entails liability for failing to keep students,...

Legal Process Outsourcing and the Technological Revolution in Legal Services Delivery
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Mark Ross, SVP-Legal Process Outsourcing, Integreon

Even before the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008, in-house legal departments and their outside counsel were under considerable pressure to do more with less. The great recession exacerbated this pressure and led to a surge in the...

Eye Spy: Understanding Your Video Surveillance Technology Risks
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Keith Burkhardt, VP, Kraus Anderson Insurance

George Orwell almost had it right: You are being watched. But it’s not just Big Brother that’s watching you. It’s your home security vendor, your employer, monitoring the front lobby, the security webcam at the parking ramp, your...

Key Trends in Law Firm FinTech
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Madhav Srinivasan, CFO, Hunton Andrews Kurth

Financial technology is crucial to the smooth functioning of modern law firms. The interplay between finance and technology has always existed, but it has become more complex in recent years. Experience shows CFOs spend a fair proportion of their...

Stepping into Cyberspace; How the Law enforcement's Paradigm is Shifting
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Usama Georges, CIO, San Diego County District Attorney's Office

Since the dawn of civilization, there was law and order to establish such great civilizations. There were people who respected the laws, people who bent the laws, and other who just plainly broke it. In ancient societies, there was no official...

Legal Knowledge Management and the Rise of Artificial Intelligence
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Christopher Zegers, CIO, Lowenstein Sandler LLP.

Sue, partner at BigLaw LLP, has made a career of surpassing her clients’ expectations. This is no trivial task. More often than not, Sue’s clients ask her to develop a strategy and budget to solve problems they cannot clearly define....

HPO Tech
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Mark Lindquist, WA Prosecuting Attorney, Pierce County

He began his criminal career with a burglary in 2000. Before he turned 40, he racked up 16 felony convictions. Though he was versatile–stealing cars, committing identify theft and dabbling in drugs–burglary remained his crime of...

HHS Perspectives on Information Sharing and the Need for Public/Private Partnerships
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Christopher Wlaschin, CISO, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

The healthcare sector is under attack. Recent WannaCry and Petya ransomware attacks combined with a year-over-year increase in the total number of cyber-attacks against the heath ecosystem underscore the increasing importance and necessity...

Convergence of IT and Law Enforcement
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Usama Georges, CIO, San Diego County District Attorney

Challenges of Transitioning from Corporate to Public Sector A noticeable commonality during the transition was that although resources were not the same, the importance of IT was significant and apparent in both these sectors. IT is like a...