GPSOLO - Table of Contents

Volume 22, Number 8
December, 2005


Identity Theft: Crime Du Jour
J. Anthony Vittal
Identity theft is the fastest-growing crime in America. Take the necessary steps to protect yourself and your clients.

Spyware: Exorcising the Demons
Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek
Would you be surprised to learn that the majority of law firm computers have some form of spyware on them? Learn the warning signs and what to do if you are infected.

Hiding Out on the Internet
Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch
Start ego-surfing to learn exactly what information is available about you—and your clients—on the Web.

Phishing, Pharming, and Other Scams
J. Anthony Vittal
Phishing and pharming scams all have a common goal: getting sufficient information from you to let thieves raid your accounts.

Backing Up in Cyberspace
Anna Yen
Storing your backup on-site means it may be destroyed along with your original data.

Lock It Up!
Justin Sher
By using encryption, your data is as safe as you can make it.

Biometric Devices: Ready for the Solo?
Daniel S. Coolidge
Biometric devices do not enhance security. They compromise it.

Preparing for Electronic Discovery
Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek
Take extreme care to lock down confidential data in electronic documents.

The Technologists’ Guide to Holiday Shopping
Jeffrey Allen and Alan Pearlman
If you don’t find the killer gift you are searching for in this directory, you just aren’t looking hard enough.


Road Warrior
Jeffrey Allen
Going Mobile Against Your Will

The Chair’s Corner
Dwight L. Smith
Why Become a Division?

General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division News
Midyear Meeting Programs; Bankruptcy Committee Profile; Law Student Mentoring Program; Solosez Supreme Court Swearing-In Ceremonies

Being Solo
David Leffler
Once More into the Breach!

Mac User
Victoria L. Herring
The Who, What, Where, Why, When, and How of Backup

Techno Ethics
Mark L. Tuft
E-Mail Sleuthing and the Preservation of Confidentiality

Product Review
Jeffrey Allen
Adobe Creative Suite 2

Product Review
Alan Pearlman
Fujitsu ScanSnap Color Image Scanner



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