I've been asked by a few colleagues and friends about the podcasts that I listen to regularly, so I thought it would be a good idea to document it here for reference. If you don't listen to podcasts to keep up with the news, then you are missing out. I drive quite a bit, and it always bothers me that I feel like I'm losing that time, that I should be accomplishing something. I compensate that with podcasts. Some of them help me keep up with current trends and new vulnerabilities, and some of them teach me new things. While others ..... well ....
I was recently contacted by a client for advice on selecting a VPN service for their employees to use. The goal was to provide them a VPN service they could use when connecting in coffee shops and other unencrypted/possibly rouge environments, but also to provide a single or small pool of IPs they could give to security conscious clients when doing remote work
With all the recent high-profile breaches, many people are asking: "How do I protect my data?" The resounding answer from the security community is: "Enable 2-factor authentication!" 2 Factor Authentication (2FA) is widely recognized to be a far more secure option than a password alone. But what is 2FA?
As a small to midsize business (SMB) owner in today’s economy, having a website and being connected to the Internet is essential. But a quick look through recent headlines is enough to scare most sane people into not taking the risk.