Security Corner:

October, 2014

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October 31, 2014  7:52 PM

Security Need Not Be Scary – Happy Halloween!

Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler Profile: Jeff Cutler
Data, IT, Security

We all have habits when it comes to accessing and sharing our data. And some of these habits have scary consequences...which is especially poignant as we wait for little creatures to come asking to get treats or tricks at our door this Halloween night.

October 23, 2014  2:34 PM

Protecting Your Data in Any Storm

Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler Profile: Jeff Cutler
Data, IT, Security

Luckily we still have power as I write today’s column. The winds have been gusting to about 55MPH and the rain is lashing the windows of my office. In some ways, it’s akin to being at sea without the added fear that we might capsize. Regardless, the power and Internet are still up...


October 16, 2014  12:28 PM

Password Mindsets and Landmines

Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler Profile: Jeff Cutler
Authentication, computer, Data breach, Hackers, Security

The history of the password takes a few paths…none of which really makes sense if you’re focused on usability. But let’s jump in…

Once upon a time it was enough to be able to remember your first pet’s name and use that as your password for everything. Who...


October 8, 2014  4:22 PM

Photos that Expire – New App from MSFT

Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler Profile: Jeff Cutler
Android, Data, IOS, Microsoft, Security

A news story just came across my desk touting the benefits of photos that expire. Just like a Mission Impossible assignment, the data shared expires after a short period of time....


October 3, 2014  1:40 PM

JP Morgan Chase – Security Tactics 101

Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler Profile: Jeff Cutler
Client, Data breach, Security

A new credit card came in the mail today. An actual card. Not an offer, not a temporary or fake card, but an actual, ready-to-activate credit card from a major financial institution.

What am I supposed to do with it? It feels great to be...


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