Friday Top Nine for April 26, 2019

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Apr 26, 2019 6:41:45 PM

Our favourite links from around the web to kick off your weekend.

This week's roundup includes: Legal Ops 101: Find Your Data, 3 Questions About AI That Nontechnical Employees Should Be Able to Answer, Ai Can Help Cybersecurity - If It Can Fight Through the Hype, and more...

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  1. Shredding Old Computers 'Into Dust' is the Best Way to Protect Law Firm Data

    "Disposing of old equipment isn't as simple as walking to the dumpster behind the office. It may cost law firms more than a hammer and a nail, but computer forensics has advanced to point where data on a decommissioned machine isn't truly gone until the hardware is ashes.(via law.com)

  2. Shifting the eDiscovery Paradigm from Documents to People

    "While it has been over 20 years since the final Matlock episode aired, the essence of his investigation style still holds true: understanding people and their behavior acutely helps investigators unearth the truth.(via relativity.com/blog)

  3. Legal Ops 101: Find Your Data

    "It sounds like a complicated combination of competencies, but an effective legal operations team can help a legal department be more efficient and a better service provider to its business units."  (via canadianlawyermag.com)

  4. Canada is Already an AI Leader, Now Toronto Wants to Lock Down Blockchain

    "Canada has a rich history of innovation, but in the next few decades, powerful technological forces will transform the global economy." (via business.financialpost.com)

  5. Ai Can Help Cybersecurity - If It Can Fight Through the Hype

    "Artificial intelligence that, the sales pitch invariably goes, can instantly spot any malware on a network, guide incident response, and detect intrusions before they start."  (via wired.com)

  6. 3 Questions About AI That Nontechnical Employees Should Be Able to Answer

    "And it’s not necessarily the AI experts in your organization who will identify these mundane problems that AI can help solve. Instead, employees throughout the organization will be able to spot the low-hanging fruit where AI could make your organization more efficient. But, only if they know what AI is capable of doing, and what it should never do." (via hbr.org)

  7. Facebook Violated Canadian Privacy Laws, Watchdogs Threaten Court Action

    "Facebook violated Canadian privacy laws, refused to take responsibility and even tried to propose "alternative commitments" that would fail to bring them into compliance, according to a year-long investigation by the federal and B.C. privacy commissioners."  (via nationalobserver.com)

  8. University of Guelph Adds Master’s Degree in Cyber Security

    "Canadian universities and colleges are churning out an increasing number of computer science undergraduates to meet the demand for IT staff. However, CISOs looking for people with expertise in cyber security, a student with a general background in computing may not be enough." (via itworldcanada.com)

  9. In Travel Insurance, Machine Learning Is Turning Conventional Wisdom On Its Head

    "Smarter technology is serving up relevant products in the blink of an eye, anticipating your needs before you have a chance to ask a question. Companies hope personalization engines operating behind the scenes can power their way to winning your business." (via forbes.com)

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