Tag: security

Equifax: Further Outrage

  We should be outraged by the incompetence of Equifax, as suggested earlier. They were not the victim, we were. Nearly half the population of America may have given up personal information to thieves, a lot of information. Now that

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Equifax: Two Takeaways

  The latest privacy breach is outrageous in two ways. First, Equifax incompetence should cause us to not use them or trust them. This is the third time they have been hacked in two years. The news coverage makes it

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Russian Hacking

As I described in an audio podcast last week (click here if you would like to listen to the interview), Russian hacking is not the most important story for the press to be spending so much time on. The Russians

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Congressional Group Agrees With Apple On Encryption

The Verge reported this week about the year-end-report published by the House Judiciary Committee’s Encryption Working Group.  Apple and other tech companies will be pleased with the report. It acknowledges requiring a backdoor to assist law enforcement would weaken overall security. Law enforcement

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