Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Information security guidelines for lawyers and law firms Terms and definitions Information security : the basics Information security legal principles : the basics Information security and legal practice : risk assessment Physical security Access control Routers and firewalls : keeping the bad stuff out and the good stuff in Security when you travel and remote access to data Securing wireless networks the easy way E-mail and Internet usage policies E-mail management Securing your documents : encryption, digital signatures and PDF Voice communications Viruses, worms, trojans Spyware Metadata Incident response plans Avoiding disaster in your disaster recovery planning and procedure Cyberinsurance : singing in the rain Employee issues : training, termination, social engineering, safe computing, and disgruntled employees Third-party service providers Law firm document retention policies Computer forensics A legal lifeline : protecting your data in electronic discovery Equipment and information disposal Additional information security resources : where to go online for more information The future of information security.
KF320.A9 I54 2006
STA KF320.A9 I54 2006
Chicago, Ill. : Section of Science & Technology Law, Law Practice Management Section, American Bar Association,