The Internet (of Things) is open – OTA Releases IoT Trust Framework

Yes Virginia, there really is an Internet of Things – and it’s been open and operating at large now for a while. What is the Internet of Things?  Whatis.com says: The Internet of Things (IoT) is a scenario in which objects, animals or people are provided with unique identifiers and…

Help I’ve Been Hacked

There is a continuum among computer users when it comes to security knowledge and dealing with malware issues on a PC. From outright novices, up toward those who are proficient through business or school usage, and ultimately into the land of true security professionals. No matter where you fit on such a spectrum, having a personal…

Data Security Starts With Your Password

I am a happy user of Evernote, a fantastic web-based clipping service that I (and 65 million others) use to remember stuff.  Folks who know me, know I need the help.  😉 I recently received an email from them – about a data breach involving passwords.  They were concerned for my…

Who Hasn’t Been Hacked?

It happens to us all – regardless of our level of savviness when it comes to online security and privacy. Even to CEO’s of security firms like Clay Johnson, CEO and Chairman of the Board for IONU Security. In his post, My Personal Email Got Hacked!, Clay relates an all-too-common…

OTA Report: Social Sites Beat Banks on Consumer Privacy

According to the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) – Banks are falling behind Social sites when it comes to online protections and privacy for their consumers. It is somewhat hard to fathom, given how much effort banks have seemingly put into security technologies online for their customers to interact with their services….