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The Level of Security These Days

Passwords aren’t going anywhere. While I would have thought there would be more advances by this time, and there are, the basic password is still required in many places, especially for resetting an account. Even those MFA places where I … Continue reading

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A Real World Security Reminder

A saw a tweet from Brent Ozar about USB ports on slot machines to charge your devices. There are also wireless charging pads. Convenient, but also potential security problems, especially for IT workers that hold privileged access to code or … Continue reading

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Most of Us Are Vulnerable

I saw this study recently, where most people think they are better-than-average drivers in the US. I thought about it myself afterward, and I think I’m maybe average. I do pay attention most of the time, I try to be … Continue reading

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Teams Security Issues

At some point during my career sharing files and links in email became a security concern. There were all sorts of malware problems and issues that spread throughout organizations because someone unknowingly clicked on or forwarded a malicious item. At … Continue reading

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