28 October 2013
As Greenwoods’ Aviva team heads off to DWF, are they that sadly missed?
As financial regulation piles up and budgets get pinched, banks are expecting firms to share their pain. But panel places are still worth it – for now at least
Two more partners close to entering race: dark horse Wehrli worth a punt
How is the cyber security industry shaping up?
The threats are many and varied, while suspects range from activist groups to nation-states
With threats ranging from hacktivists to Chinese spies, it’s time for law firms to get their data security act together
Lawyers are among the most vulnerable to information breaches, according to the Information Commissioner’s Office
Look for clues in the behavioural data in your network, says Darkrace’s Steve Huxter
Reactive systems won’t cut it in the age of zero-day threats, says Greg Sim of Glasswall
Trusteer acquisition shows the IT giant is solutions-led, says IBM’s Martin Borrett
Work with cyber threats rather than being paralysed by them, says CSC’s Sam Visner
This week’s issue is devoted to cyber security, a topic simultaneously fascinating and terrifying.
Bahasa! Expat lawyers in Indonesia may have to take ethics exam in local language
It is hardly a secret that litigators have been doing a roaring trade since the economic downturn, largely thanks to financial institutions trying to dig themselves out of regulatory tight spots
George Wilkinson, director of marketing
Move of the week
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The roster action is finally getting going, with high street names making their moves
Lawyer 2B quizzes the dean and CEO of BPP Law School
Lawyers welcome cross-border regulatory co-operation but countries piggy-backing on investigations is a step too far
Government moves to align tax regimes with EU neighbours and banks facing a tough US disclosure programme mean plenty of work for Swiss firms. The problem is scaling up for this one-off bonanza