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It’s Time to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love PRISM


PRISM isn't so much a new program as it is an upgrade of existing initiatives, and I support it. Had it existed 12 years ago, it might even have prevented 9/11. Read More »

How Hackers Outsmarted Journalists and Computers

Human error has been blamed for the media outlet hack and consequental computer-generated financial sell-off. Read More »

Five Tips for Rock Solid Security in the Cloud

With hacking groups taking over it's best to have strong security. Read More »

In Mass Shootings Does Government Provide the Trigger?

We're blaming all the wrong people when we should be blaming government. Read More »

Poland’s Strategy, Thinking Outside the Geopolitical Box

The solution to Poland's geopolitical security problem lies outside the box. Read More »

Book Review: Drayling by Terry J. Newman

A peaceful government in the future, or is secrecy still the agenda? Read More »

Does the Facebook Spam Wave Reflect Deeper Issues with User Habits?

Facebook's massive spread of spam was almost invited by users who didn't take precautions. Read More »

Hacking, Social Engineering, and RSA

RSA determines recent attacks were nation-state sponsored - social engineering a probable cause Read More »

Vivint Home Automation / Security System and Services

In today’s world, Vivint makes it possible for a home to be a safer place to stay. Read More »

Liberty Betrayed as TSA Anti-Groping Bill is Scuttled in Texas

The people may have lost this battle, but the war is far from over. The cry of "don't touch my junk" is spreading nationwide. Read More »