Must read. Well worth digesting: The Sucuri quarterly report (link below.) Sucuri is a company devoted to protecting WordPress self-hosted sites, among other platforms like Drupal, Joomla, etc. Self-hosted WordPress sites are world-wide most popular / most widely deployed. And as such, due to lacking or absent maintenance, these sites comprise the lion’s share of hacked websites. Admittedly, […]
Browsers will begin enforcing secure connections for passwords and credit card info in January. But it wont’s stop there. In a year or so, any site operating just HTTP will be considered suspect. Chrome (by Google) will warn that browsing plain old websites is risky.
Headline at Next Big Future: Private police and security outnumber public police by five times and private security industry is $35 billion per year. To extend the inflection metaphor — e.g. anticipating the kinds of jobs that won’t exist in the future? Artificial Intelligence entities will operate in the physical security space (patrols, monitoring and […]
An update from a post more than 7 years old? One might notice how I try to use otherwise unidentifiable contact info … The lesson? How many forums have you subscribed to and then posted questions to? Or participated in. According to the settings, you’ll get updates. As I encounter these, I access the account […]
In Sidis v. FR Publishing Corp. the court held here that there were limits to the right to control one’s life and facts about oneself, and held that there is social value in published facts, and that a person cannot ignore their celebrity status merely because they want to.
Recommendations (simple ones) for small businesses needing to improve Account Credentials records.
If a human in one minute looking at access logs can discover the website’s been hacked? Who’s more at fault? The Host or the site owner?