Encrypt your emails

Sending financial, health and other sensitive information over the internet is like sending postcards in the snail mail. From the time you hit send to the time it is received in the other person's mailbox anyone can read your messages. Once in the email-provider mailbox (Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, Comcast...) they can read the email and... Continue Reading →

Imposter Feelings Resources

This year I'll be presenting a talk on Imposter Feelings or, more commonly known as Imposter Syndrome. The title of the talk is "Imposter Syndrome: I Don't Feel Like Who You Think I Am." and it is scheduled to be run at BSidesNOVA in February and BSidesCharm in April. [UPDATE] - Link to the video from BSidesNOVA... Continue Reading →

Watching You Drink Beer

I noticed that many people on Twitter publish when they use the Untappd.com application. This app allows a user to "check-in" when they drink beer. They get badges, the dates and times of their drinking is noted, and many times the geographic location of where they drank is also available.....all with no authentication! Woohoo! So... Continue Reading →

[Bookmarked] Social Media Explained

Sometimes I find funny things in Twitter (https://twitter.com/monadarling/status/494932964669538304). I'm going to write some blog posts with these items so that I can remember where I found them and share them with others. Social Media Explained Social media, in all its varieties, can be daunting to understand much less participate in. This pic from (((DawntJalluss)) on... Continue Reading →

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