In an article published by the Daily Business Review, intellectual property and data privacy attorneys described the lengths they take to ensure their client information is protected from hackers.
Steve Greenberg, an Intellectual Property partner in Shutts & Bowen’s West Palm Beach office who travels extensively for his clientele throughout Asia, North America and Europe, described his use of a secure phone within a phone – a softphone, where all voice conversations are private. He also said he runs his own computer network protected by multiple layers of security, uses a secure text messaging service and buys his phones directly from the manufacturer so as to avoid spyware often deployed by the retailers themselves. When travelling abroad, Steve even carries a burner phone with nothing personally identifiable on it and relies upon a global mobile wireless access point for Internet access instead of public Wi-Fi.
Steve urges the importance of remaining a moving target by changing passwords constantly and using two-factor authentication, so as to render information that leaks onto the Dark Web useless.
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About Steven M. Greenberg
Steven M. Greenberg is a partner in the West Palm Beach office of in Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Intellectual Property Practice Group. Steven focuses his practice on intellectual property rights with an emphasis on patent prosecution and strategic global patent counseling to clients ranging from large corporations to startups. He is a member of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Steven has prosecuted more than 4,000 new computer and Internet-related software, electrical/electronic, mechanical, electro-mechanical and medical device patent applications, both domestically and internationally. He specializes in global patent portfolio formulation and management throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia, with an emphasis on the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Russia, Canada, Japan, Korea, China, India, Australia, Israel, Brazil and Mexico.