Are Electronic Communications Community Property?

Marriage is a joining of two people, typically with the hopes of living a happy life with one another. But every so often the marriage does not goes as planned, leading one or both parties to ask for a divorce. With electronic messaging such a popular way to communicate in … Read More

Improve Your Digital Privacy: A Simple Guide

Nearly every week there seems to be a newsworthy data compromise. Normal means of messaging such as through texts, email, and social media sites are no longer the safest forms of communication. Businesses worried about proprietary information being stolen, or individuals passing along sensitive information should not have to worry … Read More

Click Bait as a Service

Click bait as a service (CBaaS) is a proprietary application built to accurately identify the location of a person who clicks on a specially-built link designed to return the latitude, longitude, IP address, and the date/time stamp. Location accuracy is dependent on the device used to click the baited link. … Read More

A Guide to Corporate Insurance Documentation

Houston will be recovering from Hurricane Harvey for years to come. Property, businesses, and lives have been severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey; Houstonians will rebuild. If you have been impacted, filing an insurance claim is one of the first steps to take. As fellow Houstonians, we want to help make … Read More

China Bans ICO Fundraising

Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) are the IPO for crypto world. ICOs function like crowdfunding, allowing a firm to raise money from multiple sources for developing a cryptocurrency. ICOs of the past have been wrought with fraud. Groups have organized an ICO and pushed for funding, artificially driving up the value … Read More

Nearly Half a Million Pacemakers Vulnerable to Hacking

Nearly half a million people are vulnerable to their pacemakers being remotely hacked. The Food and Drug Administration has recalled 465,000 pacemakers after discovering flaws in their programming that allow hackers to remotely reprogram the devices to deplete batteries or modify the patient’s heartbeat. The particular variety of impaired pacemaker … Read More

A Guide to Independent Insurance Documentation

Houston will be recovering from Hurricane Harvey for years to come. Property, businesses, and lives have been severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey; Houstonians will rebuild. If you have been impacted, filing an insurance claim is one of the first steps to take. As fellow Houstonians, we want to help make … Read More

Be on the Lookout for Massive Email Ransomware Attack

It seems like every week there’s a new virus or email scam to look out for. This week’s ransomware is brought to you by Locky under the guise of needing the recipient to view or print important documents. The files come in a ZIP attachment, and when you click on … Read More

Your Smartphone is No Longer Safe

Mobile verification has become standard in online security. After entering login credentials, many sites now send a verification code to the phone number associated with the profile, to better ensure the person logging in isn’t a hacker. Sites that use this feature include Google, Twitter, and Facebook. Hackers have now … Read More

Your Child’s Information is Potentially Being Stolen

Sarahah has quickly risen to the top of the App Store in multiple countries. The social media app allows for friends and strangers alike to send anonymous messages to a user. Sarahah’s largest fanbase is with teenagers. Touting its high level of privacy, the app has become popular both for … Read More