Cybersecurity experts offer stern warnings, tips for security in mass-surveillance era

March 19, 2016

FaceTime is actually a pretty secure way to communicate. The FBI can access the camera on your laptop without you knowing about it. And lawyers should think twice before storing their confidential files on Dropbox.

Those were just some of the tips and warnings given out by a panel consisting of cybersecurity heavyweights during a Friday evening plenary session at ABA Techshow. The panel, entitled “Can They Hear Me Now? Practicing Law in an Age of Mass Surveillance,” was moderated by Above the Law’s managing editor David Lat and consisted of digital rights attorney Marcia Hofmann, American Civil Liberties Union technologist Chris Soghoian and ACLU attorney Ben Wizner.


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Source: ABA Journal.