IT Security Concepts
Thursday, 09 July 2015 21:38
This document is an attempt to formulate basic reasoning behind security technologies, we should employ. It is not trying to analyse the actual techniques used and tries to stay away from technology comparisons. I apologize for some of the analogies that may sound infantile. The reason for this is two-fold: it may help to explain the concept to a non-technical reader, but also, I found that using simple analogies may sometimes expose holes in our thinking.
Why use security systems
It is quite obvious that any security system has a cost, not only in terms of cash, but also – more significantly –
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Is he trying to put us out of business?
Monday, 06 July 2015 15:23
David Cameron is going to try and ban encryption in Britain
Read BusinessInsider article
It may be uncomfortable to suddenly be on the same side as terrorists, but we seem to be in a good company.
And writing for the Guardian, James Ball suggested
that a blanket ban on encryption would “spell the end of e-commerce” in the UK since credit card details are generally always sent via secure encrypted connections. “Cameron either knows his anti-terror talk is unworkable and is looking for headlines,” Ball said, “or he hasn’t got a clue.”
Well… – guess which one…
Pig Food and 10 Steps to Cyber Security
THINGS are coming!!
Pharmacy 2U (and others)
Trust your supermarket