Tag Archives: Privacy

Ten Windows 10 Fails and How to Fix Them

As of July 30th Microsoft officially released Windows 10 to much fanfare. As I blogged before, upgrading to it is only for those who want to live on the bleeding edge. If you are one of those brave people who took the plunge you may… Continue reading

Social Network Privacy & Pay For Privacy Myth

Recently a friend of mine posed a question about “free” social media sites and privacy. He assumed that if we only had paid accounts there would be far fewer difficult privacy issues. Fact is, I don’t think this is the case. While it is true… Continue reading

Speaking at CSF – Quick and Simple Guide to Information Security

I’m very excited to be presenting for the 4th time at the annual Cambridge Science Festival. For those that might not be familiar — it is a celebration showcasing fun and the leading edge in Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Math in New England region. A… Continue reading