The current scenario, both in terms of personal context and professional context, inevitably involves being connected to the Internet.
Working from a computer or, increasingly, from a mobile device, allows any lawyer to have access, at any time, to the crucial information for his daily management.
There are many apps on today's market that make this management much easier.
Modern cyberattacks have become heavily automated. If organizations try to defend against these attacks manually, the fight becomes man versus machine, with highly unfavorable odds for the organization. To successfully protect against automated attacks, it is essential to fight fire with fire – or in this case, machine with machine – by incorporating automation into cybersecurity efforts. Automation levels the playing field, reduces the volume of threats, and allows for faster prevention of new and previously unknown threats.
Memes are everywhere. They flood the Internet and correspond to every world-historical event, such as the new Stranger Things season. Here are some facts about memes you (probably) didn't know.
Buzzwords are awesome and not so awesome at the same time. You can really annoy people with them, but you need to understand them first. Here I take a quick look at one of them: Distributed Ledger Technology.
The success of an industry is reliant on its economics – the production, allocation and use of its goods and services. Cybercrime, like any other industry or business, maintains its own economy of commoditized products and services.