27 January 2014
The Prism scandal has boosted awareness of vulnerability, says Mike Janke of Silent Circle
Instability has dogged the economy for the past few years but a new constitution brings prospect of a brighter future
The EU believes strict regulation is the path to online security, and accountants are already lining up to seize the advice work
Santiago Gómez Sancha has been head of IT at Slaughter and May’s Spanish best friend, Uría Menéndez, since 2003.
Second-tier international law firms are joining the top players in Luxembourg as its stability and global outlook continue to attract big business
Mobile device security is about more than the consumer offer, says Lookout’s Thomas Labarthe
Investors are enchanted by Morocco’s promise, particularly its political stability
Firm grabs US capability in HK with first Asia lateral, but elsewhere it’s steady ahead
The Wolf of Wall Street movie could be a cautionary tale for some City lawyers
Helping the strong Israeli tech sector get funding is vital, says INE Ventures’ Paul Grossinger
The legal market in the three Baltic states is getting back on track after a turbulent few years
Finding patterns in mass data is a service in demand, says Kristofer Månsson of Silobreaker
Great news for junior lawyers: trainee retention rates are on the up.
With his techie background, Unisys GC for Emea Pavel Klimov is well placed to understand how lawyers can help combat the cyber threat