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Security Vs Usability - Schooled By A Panda

A post inspired by a catalogue of teeth gnashingly frustrating technology traumas:

10 minutes before I had to leave to get children to school and catch my train, I realised my phone wasn’t in my bag. 825 more words


Reminder: iCloud's going to demand app-specific passwords from third-party apps

“Dear ( ), thanks for turning on two-step verification (2SV) to protect your Apple ID and the data you store with iCloud, and please don’t freak out tomorrow when all your apps keel over” 471 more words


Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

It’s been a while since we’ve tackled a heavy technical topic. Two-factor Authentication, a form of security (more important than ever in a Post-Snowden world… 376 more words


Sept 26, 2014, Episode 350, Show Notes

Episode 350 of The CyberJungle is about 31 minutes long.  Jaime Blasco, Director AlienVault Labs on the Shellshock Bash bug starts at about 14min. You may… 218 more words


What is Two Factor Authentication? How Can it Be Beneficial for My Organization?

By: Mike DeCrescenzo

You may not realize it but you have probably used two-factor authentication already in your daily life. Have you made a purchase with a credit card and entered your zip code after the card was swiped? 327 more words

Single Sign-On

Apple adds two-step verification for iCloud, effective immediately

Apple really is listening, and doubly so!

The company backed down over the “foistware” U2 album that you recently received via iTunes, like it or not. 922 more words


Insecurity, Part Two

Last weeks post (“Insecurity, Part One”) was getting a little long, so I left a few things out. One was very simple: keep your security information on paper, or hard copy as we used to say. 404 more words

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