Law360 (August 21, 2018, 7:57 PM EDT) -- A 15-year-old demonstrated just how easy it can be to hack law firm partners, associates and staff at the International Legal Technology Association's annual educational conference in National Harbor, Maryland, on Tuesday, providing onlookers with a lesson on the methods that online interlopers might use to cull sensitive information.
Marcus Weinberger, 15, talks about how easy it is to hack a law firm user with inexpensive technology and widely disseminated information available online. (Aebra Coe | Law360) Marcus Weinberger is a high school student in the United Kingdom who, in his spare time, is an amateur hacker. He has two years...
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