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Attorney Sid Bose Joins Device Security Panel at IoT Conference in Florida

January 10, 2018
Ice Miller attorney Sid Bose will speak on the “Device Security” panel at the Internet of Things (IoT) Evolution Expo, which will take place from Jan. 22-25 in Orlando, Fla.


The Latest Phishing Attack: Locked PDFs

January 5, 2018 by ,
More and more, businesses are reporting a phishing scam that uses a PDF attachment to try to trick the recipient into disclosing his or her email credentials. The email arrives with a PDF attachment that appears to be locked, and the recipient supposedly must type in his or her email address and password in order to unlock it.


Ice Miller Ranked in Largest Central Ohio Mergers and Acquisitions Law Practices List

Ice Miller LLP is the third largest Central Ohio Merger and Acquisitions law practice according to a list researched and compiled by Columbus Business First. Firms are ranked by number of local mergers and acquisitions attorneys, then total local attorneys. The results were published July 28, 2017.


Ice Miller’s Indianapolis Paralegals Collect Largest Total Number of Teddy Bears for Donation to Local Law Enforcement

December 18, 2017

This year, Ice Miller paralegals collected 2,781 stuffed animals and teddy bears to be donated to local law enforcement agencies. This exceeds last year’s donation by 1,004. These donations are distributed by law enforcement or emergency service workers to children who find themselves in difficult or traumatic circumstances. Indy law firms collected a total of 6,533 items.



Department of Commerce releases a Green Paper Fostering the Advancement of the Internet of Things

January 23, 2017
The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) on January 12, 2017 issued a green paper Fostering the Advancement of the Internet of Things to identify elements of an approach and areas of engagement for the Department to pursue as it seeks broad input in its future work on the Internet of Things (“IoT”). The paper asserts that the federal government needs to develop a long term strategy, a collaborative approach with the private sector and a global perspective to permit IoT technology to reach its full potential to create new industries and new consumer goods. It rejects the idea that standards for privacy and security can be left to market forces.


Deals Done: Venture Capital

November 7, 2016
Meet our dealmakers: Venture Capital


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