Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast logoIn the new episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast called “Life During Cyberwartime,” Tom and I combined our sense of unease over world events and some worrisome warnings from and decided to discuss recent major cyberattacks and what we should do to prepare ourselves for the possibility of cyberwar.

Timely? I think so.

From the podcast description:

News stories of late have been riddled with concerns over international infrastructure attacks that indicate a growing potential for cyberwar. Should you be worried? Dennis and Tom discuss some of the most recent events in this arena and bring their conversation around to what legal professionals should do to prepare for this eventuality.

Are we trying to scare you? Nope. Plenty of other people are already doing that.

We wanted to take a sober approach to prudent preparation, share some helpful resources, and help you work on a strategy and game plan. We think you’ll like our approach.

Where to start? The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Shields-Up website.

Listen to the podcast here.

It is bizarre and unacceptable, even with the current warnings and situation, that law firms don’t step up to cybersecurity. Their lack of effort makes the rest of us less secure.

This ain’t no party, this ain’t no disco,
This ain’t no fooling around
– Talking Heads, Life During Wartime

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