New Phishing Scams Can Hook Ya!

April 25, 2012 // 0 Comments

By Joseph Raczynski Many moons ago when phishing scams were first cast they were easy to detect.  The bait was rank with punctuation and spelling errors and the emails were typically all text.  You viewed the email from Bank of X, cocked your head [read more]

What the Hack is going on lately?

August 16, 2011 // 0 Comments

By Joseph Raczynski The concussion from the bombardment of computer code is silent, though the havoc wreaked is deafening.  Cyber-attacks have escalated in scope and frequency in the last five months affecting finance, creditability, and confidence [read more]

Eyes, Now Telling More Secrets

August 15, 2011 // 0 Comments

By Joseph Raczynski -Iris scan identity verification now being dispatched Ethan Hunt clad in black slips through the skylight’s slight gap and drops forty feet down on a line in the shadow of night.  Pouncing upon his suspect as he sleeps, Hunt [read more]

Twitter Unlocking Courtroom Doors?

January 19, 2011 // 0 Comments

By Joseph Raczynski For a seemingly innocuous 140 characters, Twitter continues to rouse evocative legal discourse. The newest twist for Twitter consists of judges grappling with the question of what place, if any, Twitter has in the courtroom.  [read more]