Walid Al-Saqaf Richard Barnes Gonzalo Camarillo Olga Cavalli Hans Peter Dittler Hiroshi Esaki Mike Godwin John Levine Glenn McKnight Robert Pepper Andrew Sullivan Sean Turner Mieke van Heesewijk These are the names and links to profiles of the Board of Trustees for the Internet Society (as of this date in November 2019). According to their dot […]
One of the modern corporate technology problems I used to deal with almost every working day was the screen saver settings on my corporate laptop. The corporate security team has done an amazing job of locking my PC down and making it safe. The down side of that is that they control the screen saver … Continue reading Getting Jiggler with it….
BBC News is reporting today that Google has updated their search engine algorithm to provide a higher rank to websites that use HTTPS. The web news site Gigaom explains further that the algorithm identifies web sites that use HTTPS / TLS and uses it as a 'light factor' that impacts less than 1% of global queries.
I read an excellent article by Nate Anderson in Ars Technica, "How the FBI found Miss Teen USA’s webcam spy" about how they broke the recent Miss USA 'sextortion' case. It got me thinking about how many of my friend and colleagues become temporary IT support personnel at the end or the year trying to … Continue reading Remote Access Tool Misuse & Familial IT Support
It seems all it takes for 75 percent of hackers and IT security professionals to hand over their personal online information is the seductive ways of a woman. http://www.securitynewsdaily.com/sexy-women-coax-passwords-out-of-hackers-sec...
The CNET Insecurity Complex blog written by Elinor Mills has been an interesting read lately.
When I used to connect from a PC or Windows laptop to a Cisco console port my memories are that it was easier than doing the same using a Mac. I think that goes back to the additional functionality buried in the Windows terminal programs. I purcha...