I spent some time reading through this series of posts on the Xact Data blog last night. While we would always take any post from a vendor about the dangerous of any organization collecting data instead of hiring an expert, … Read More
In the article below, for obvious reasons, I loved this sub-heading: The future of work is connectivity, not proximity. The ability to hire anyone who can connect to your network opens up a whole world of possible talent. But, it … Read More
I’ve been at this blog for almost 19 years. Are you sure it’s still me writing these posts? Did I disappear and just leave it on autopilot to write posts for me long after I’m gone?
Are you sure you would know if I did?
Not everything is as it appears. We could all use a lot more skepticism, especially on topics we are already biased to believe.… Read More
A New Model for Cybersecurity? NIST Details Framework for Zero Trust Architecture Teams Are More Productive When They Don’t Work Off Hours Why You Still Need to Take Time Off in a Time of Crisis The Fox in the e-Discovery … Read More
The results speak for themselves. “The report, based on anonymised data from real organisations that have had their networks tested, said that for 71% of companies, there’s at least one obvious weakness that could provide malicious outsiders with entry into … Read More
My initial reaction to the headline was “Great, what chance do the rest of us have of not getting hacked if SANS can get hacked?” But, like Sharon, I think this is really great: “This is the part I really … Read More
If it’s on a screen, there is always a way to capture it. So maybe in online meetings, act accordingly? “Even with these restrictions, you can’t stop a participant from using their phone to record the session or using a … Read More