Even the smallest unknown or unpatched computer vulnerability can be catastrophic to an organization and its customers.
Originally published on 1/8/18 at Forbes. Hacking is no longer new. It’s become a daily conversation in newsrooms and boardrooms everywhere; hacking and data breaches are the never-ending security story of the 21st century. Hackers illegally make their way into the computer systems of companies, hospitals, government institutions and our homes on a daily basis. […]
Look, I don’t want to be a beta tester, but if I must, because you’re unable to create a reliable product on your own, then you better put in a working feedback mechanism.
The “Cloud” is a technology that provides incredible convenience and flexibility. In fact, because of the cloud, I’m able to write this from the coffee house I’m at where I sometimes go to work. However, the cloud has significant limits that may outweigh its benefits.
The six stages of debugging. For all my programmer and development friends out there, this was forwarded to me earlier today. What? That can’t happen. Well that doesn’t happen on my machine. That shouldn’t happen. Why does that happen? Oh… I see. How did that ever work? Source: http://plasmasturm.org/log/6debug/