There are a huge number of news items, tweets and posts running around the Internet at the moment. I don’t pretend to know the details about Heartbleed, but I do not some of the expert opinion offered just adds to the general public’s confusion, and does not really help matters.
Continue reading “Heartbleed hype – Password killer”
Following on from my blog article Logging on is becoming too hard to do securely here is a good info graphic about the state of passwords:
Continue reading “Your Password is Obsolete”
I recently had to reset my password on a Internet service I use. Continue reading “Revelations of a Password Reset”
I regularly take a train journey into London, it takes about an hour an a half.
During this time I learn a great deal from reading, not books, but the laptop of the person sitting next to me.
This is common problem, talked about in many blogs – but on a recent journey I came across a new variant!
Continue reading “How a strong BYOD password can make identity theft easier”
In the last few weeks we have seen another round of cyber security hype:
Does this help the cause, identified in the National Security Strategy of increasing the education and awareness of cyber security?
Continue reading “Does Cyber Hype offer Hope”
It is very important to have different passwords for each different system you have (to make sure that if a password is compromised, only one system will be affected).
How many of us can honestly say there are no two systems we use that have the same password?
Continue reading “Challenges with unique passwords”