Several people have asked what steps to take to protect themselves, particularly their electronic identity, in the wake of the Equifax hack. Here are some suggested steps that, while not guaranteed to provide protection, at least give you an idea of things I’m doing with some links to make it easier.
While presenting about phishing and spam in a corporate setting I realized some people don’t know how to configure a handy filtering trick.
There are many ways a business can be exposed to risks and some of them can seem like great ideas.
While I visiting a retail location recently, I noticed this sign.
I recently wrote about the desire, by many, to see the death of passwords. All negatives considered, if passwords go away, it won’t be because people don’t like them but because they lose their efficacy and cost proposition (they’re effectively free, transportable, satisfy the “something you know” criteria, and they’re easy to replace).