11
Feb

2022 LSNTAP Legal Aid Security Toolkit

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Just-Tech is excited to announce the 2022 Legal Aid Security Toolkit, which was published in partnership with the Legal Services National Technology Assistance Project (LSNTAP).  In the past year, we have seen a real need for better cybersecurity practices in the legal aid community, amidst increasing attacks from bad actors. The purpose of this toolkit […]

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11
Jan

Announcing Just-Tech’s New Director of Consulting – Quisquella Addison

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As we start a brand new year, we are excited to announce that Quisquella Addison has joined the Just-Tech team as our new Director of Consulting. Many of our clients already know Quisquella from her past work in the legal services and legal tech community, most recently as the Project Manager for the COVID Eviction […]

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25
Feb

Just-Tech Accepted to NYPACE Flagship Program

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Just-Tech is excited to announce that we have been accepted to participate in the March 2021 cohort for NYPACE’s Flagship program! We’re excited to partner and learn from their volunteers as well as other entrepreneurs in the program. It’s great validation for Just-Tech as we pursue our mission to advance the national justice community through […]

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30
Mar

Telework Capacity Building Grants from LSC Roundtable

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Are you a LSC grantee interested in learning more about the newly released Telework Capacity Building Grants from LSC?  Just-Tech is holding a roundtable discussion for LSC grantees to help answer questions related to the Telework Capacity Building Grants. We will be available to provide objective guidance and discuss best practices for remote work, give […]

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28
Oct

NLADA 2019 Annual Innovative Justice Conference from November 6th to November 9th

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Join Just-Tech at the NLADA 2019 Annual Innovative Justice Conference in Detroit Just-Tech is excited to join the members of the National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA) at their 2019 Annual Innovative Justice conference in Detroit, MI, November 6 through November 9. We honor the mission of NLADA and the work that they do […]

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20
Jun

Widely used D-Link Modem/Router Under Attack

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Ars Technica is running a story on how the Sartori botnet has been actively targeting widely used D-Link DSL Internet modems in a effort to expand its infected base and likely launch new, and more sophisticated attacks against networks and devices. What makes the focus on D-Link notable is its position as one of the […]

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03
Nov

Westlaw: Blockchain 101

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Thomson Reuters (aka: Westlaw) has a introductory primer up on the increased use of blockchain technologies in both the financial and legal sectors. Blockchain 101 [Note: The article is partially pay-walled, so to read the full piece you will need a Westlaw login.]

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25
Oct

New Ransomware, Dubbed “Bad Rabbit”, Strikes Europe

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Endgadget is reporting on a new malware attack underway in in Europe. Dubbed “Bad Rabbit”, the attack takes advantage of widely known flaws in Adobe’s Flash product to trick users into downloading a fake update from a compromised web site. Once installed, the update encrypts user files, rendering them inaccessible until a ransom demand of […]

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17
Oct

KRACK Attack Opens Your Wi-Fi Networks to Snooping

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Mathy VanHoef, a researcher with the imec-DistriNet Research Group at University of Leuven, Belgium has released a paper titled Key Reinstallation Attacks: Forcing Nonce Reuse in WPA2 which details a major vulnerability in the WPA2 wireless security protocol. Per VanHoef’s release notes: [A]ttackers can use this novel attack technique to read information that was previously […]

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05
Oct

Yahoo!’s 2013 Data Breach Was FAR Worse Than Reported

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Via Bloomberg: “Yahoo! Triples Likely Scope of 2013 Hack to 3 Billion Users” If you’ve ever had a Yahoo! account, the following sentence is not going to help your blood pressure: Yahoo, the internet company acquired by Verizon Communications Inc. this year, now believes a 2013 security breach exposed all 3 billion of its users […]

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