When Lawyers Become Hackers

A look at how attorneys might find “ethical hacking” useful in the e-discovery process.

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A look at how attorneys might find “ethical hacking” useful in the e-discovery process.

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  • jqning

    Nothing in here about pixel-tracking your opponent?

  • Adam Cohen, Esq. CISSP CEH

    And some attorneys are Certified Ethical Hackers, among other things -- I expect this to be more and more common as the realization dawns that information security presents inextricable intertwining of legal and technical, and having them both in one brain is the optimum approach.

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