Daily Archives: June 24, 2013

More Data Security Issues

Insiders and human frailty are still a big problem in data security, according to a new study from Symmatec. Along with system issues these account for two thirds of data breaches. I suspect system issues means misconfiguration and poorly written code … Continue reading

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When Is Work, Work?

This editorial was originally published on Sept 11, 2008. It is being re-run as Steve is out of the office. More and more people carry Blackberry phones for work, getting push email and a constant connection to the office, it … Continue reading

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Don’t Use MD5

“The hashing alone being MD5 tells me that they really don’t care about their passwords too much, so it’s probably some pre-generated site.” That was from this article on an Anatomy of a Hack. It’s an interesting quote, and it … Continue reading

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