In the ever-evolving landscape of data security, the analogy of fortresses and moats, reminiscent of medieval times, has been a longstanding one. Traditionally, building a strong boundary around one's castle, akin to erecting firewalls and encryption protoco...

05.09.24 04:52 PM - Comment(s)
Operational technology network security. What is an OT network and what are the best practices for securing an OT network?
10.25.23 02:44 PM - Comment(s)
  1. Bad actor gets the indication that your email works
    1. Most links sent in an email will be unique to the email it's sent to. If you click the link the bad actor will know that your email address is up and working. Also, they'll know that you are the type of person that clicks links so they'll probably s...
08.24.23 09:44 AM - Comment(s)
Just this year there was a massive data breach at the Oregon DMV. The data taken included license numbers, addresses, last 4 of SSN, and of course first and last names. So, my data is out there and yours likely is too. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center there were 1802 data breaches in ...
07.27.23 09:19 AM - Comment(s)
Enabling MFA may be the single most important thing you can do to protect against cyber attacks.
03.31.21 02:19 PM - Comment(s)