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Digital Dilemmas: Protecting your Digital Property

Part 1 of a Series on Digital Assets

Dennis Delaney, Kevin Ellis


The extent to which we interact with digital information is increasing quickly. Smartphones are nearly ubiquitous and can now track our whereabouts, decide what advertising we receive, control our homes’ thermostats and even water our lawns from the other side of the world. While largely beneficial, this digital immersion raises a host of new questions about security, legal rights and governance.  A subsequent installment of this series will address planning for our digital assets but this bulletin focuses on security, which has yet again been in the headlines recently with the emergence of the Heartbleed bug and the Internet Explorer bug. To read the full advisory, please click here.


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