The Edge of the Network is Where Security is Most Fragile

This article was written by Big Cajun Man

Computer Security

In most networks the edge of the network, or the customer facing part of the network is where security must be most vigilant, as this is typically where most attacks or attempts to maliciously enter the system starts (yes, there are always issues with insider attacks, as well). The following tweet outlines the concerns in…

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iOS Naughtiness and Tweets for the Week

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Secure Smart Phone

Another slap bang week in technology and the usual security tom-foolery in the technology world as well, let’s see what wild and wooly things have been going on with help of my twitter feed. The naughty engineers at Apple introduced a new feature in iOS 9.1, which (I suspect) is causing Wireless Data Providers to…

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Security and Other Technology Twitters for the Week

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Security

Another fine week passes with more and more interesting security issues arising, and not many success stories seen about how everything is nice and secure. It really does seem that the Android app store seems to be a little bit like the wild west in terms of downloading malware being easily available to turn your…

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Security and Technology Tweets for the Week

This article was written by Big Cajun Man

Computer Security

Another interesting week in Security and Technology with the new Apple 6S series being released, and then plenty of news about malware and viruses inside the previously (thought) pristine Apple App Store. Never a dull moment on the Internet that is for sure. In a bit of technological skull-duggery Volkswagen pulled off what I would…

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Post Blow Things Up Day and Best of Technology and Security This Week

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Malware Sign Post

It is the day after Blow Things Up Day (aka the 4th of July), as a close neighbour Canadians get to watch (from a distance, thus less likely to get blown up), and I must say Americans know how to party. Hopefully folks captured photos of all of the explosions, but didn’t lose their drone…

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