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August 26, 2016
Something about September and Microsoft Office 365

It’s time for Moms, Dads, and caregivers of all kinds to get our kids ready for what we hope will be their best school year ever. The stress of September doesn’t just land on their little shoulders, however. I know that many in my work life are gearing up for the busiest time for the year professionally,…

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Defcon Blackhat
August 18, 2016
What's a DefCon Social Engineer ?

Recently, I was in Las Vegas Nevada. I know what you’re thinking – what a lucky guy to be spending time in Sin City gambling. Actually, I was there to attend and participate in two well-known security events – Black Hat and DefCon which are two of the largest Cyber Security conferences in the world.…

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June 28, 2016
Help your security posture by eating your vegetables - wait, what?

How your organization’s security posture is much like your health Recently I was speaking with a CISO of a mid-sized organization about their upcoming plan to test their security environment and I asked him when was the last time they performed this type of test. His answer was it has never been tested before and…

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March 27, 2015
The Impact of Digital Natives

Digital native From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “The term digital native can be used to describe people born after 1980, when social digital technologies, such as Usenet and bulletin board systems, came online. Digital natives are characterized as having access to networked digital technologies and the skills to use those technologies. Major parts of their…

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June 27, 2014
Net Neutrality & Internet Capabilities

From my point of view I see is the loss of net neutrality as a boon for the technology of the Internet as a whole.  If service providers can charge more for ‘premium’ content it stands to reason that the provider has to offer a ‘premium’ class of service for that content. This concept is…

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June 27, 2014
What is Your Hobby?

Mine tend to be outdoors, skiing and sailing are my principals, but I tend to buck the trend. It seems that a large number of people find their hobbies on-line, gaming being one of the principals. A recent survey shows that the U.S. supports about 145 Million gamers and that they spend on the average of about…

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June 19, 2014
Connected Fabric? What's on your T-shirt?

I know it is a worn out marketing line, but the recent advances in technology have sparked an interest in this technophile. Wearable technology made techie headlines with the announcement of an electronic fabric. Today we have glasses and watches that are connected, and I am sure that I can find a ring that can…

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