World War “IT” — Are Linux Duffers the “National Guard” of Tech?

One of the conversations I'm having more often (say in the past 20 months) is "continuity" planning -- in the event that "World War IT" breaks out -- how are businesses going to continue? If communication utilities are hacked? How will we rebuild B-B and B-C networks if the internet is shaky -- fall backs…

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Encryption — Email is next

Reading through my feeds, I see recent posts from various sources that Google, Facebook and others are beginning to realize that: Server to Server encryption of Email messages is never going to be secure. TLS (Transport Layer Security) - a minimal implementation that allows servers to converse and exchange messages more securely -- is not adopted…

PassWord Security

It's no longer okay to share security credentials by email. There, you have it.  A line in the sand. Even if you go the extra distance: to send the UserID in one message and the Password in another, nope. Here is a tool I recommend:  www.PassPack.com Some excellent ingredients here... Very secure Available to you…