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Twelve Word Tuesday: Will WPA3-based WiFi Products Penetrate Before It Is Obsolete?

... There are 18 billion WiFi devicesactive today that can't do WPA3. WiFi Alliance Releases WPA3 Specs Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: Will WPA3-based WiFi Products Penetrate Before It Is Obsolete?


Twelve Word Tuesday: What do these have in common: Obamacare, Trumpcare, Cybercare?

Health-insurance doesn't make you healthy; cyberinsurance doesn't providesafety. Basic hygiene required!! LLoyds of London report shows cyberinsurance would only cover 85% of cloud catastrophic attack costs and 7% of standard vulnerability-enabled incidents. Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: What do these have in common: Obamacare, Trumpcare, Cybercare?


Twelve Word Tuesday: If Good Data Can Be Exfiltrated, Very Bad Data Can Be Infiltrated

.-.-.- Anonymous FTP servers risk sensitive information leakage and illegal/embarrassing content insertion. FBI Warning: Anonymous FTP Servers Targeted for PII/PHI Compromise Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: If Good Data Can Be Exfiltrated, Very Bad Data Can Be Infiltrated


Twelve Word Tuesday: What If One Command Line Mistake Stopped All of Your Critical Business Processes?

____ Cloud = Electricity (1980); Internet (1999); SaaS (2017) Businesses keep learning cloud redundancy, fail-over always needed. News Item: Amazon S3 Outage Due to Command Line Error Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: What If One Command Line Mistake Stopped All of Your Critical Business Processes?


Twelve Word Tuesday: Use of SSL Increasing, Damage Reduction Not So Much

___ Cars mostly stolenfrom driveways/parking lots, window tintingnot top priority. ___ News Item: Mozilla says the average volume of encrypted, or HTTPS, Internet traffic now exceeds the average volume of unencrypted traffic. Continue reading Twelve Word Tuesday: Use of SSL Increasing, Damage Reduction Not So Much