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Some law firms not prepared for cyber attacks

Law firms and lawmakers in Maryland, as well as Virginia and Washington, D.C., have not been are not doing enough to protect lawyers’ and clients’ personal and sensitive information, experts say. Sole practitioners and small law firms in particular have ...

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Data protection doesn’t have to break the bank

From Sony to Target to T-Mobile, large corporations have been targeted by hackers recently, exposing sensitive information including Social Security numbers and credit card numbers. When companies with massive technology budgets get hacked, cybersecurity experts say it often discourages smaller ...

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Cybersecurity field booming

Cybersecurity bachelor’s and master’s programs in Maryland are enrolling a growing number of students seeking to obtain credential on the way to a new job or advance their current careers in the field. Dr. Richard Forno, director of the University ...

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Cyber threats

Recognizing risks posed by working with computer technology and electronic devices is the first step each company must take toward cybersecurity. Part of the difficulty in fending off threats is that it is often easy for employees to click right ...

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A history of women and insurance

Did you know that married women in the 1840s could not buy life insurance policies on themselves? Did you know that in 1910, out of 9,386 managers in insurance, only four were African-American women? There is much we can be ...

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