I attend a lot of tech conferences. I once attended at least 14 events over the course of twelve months. Large events at professional conference centers. Small events at local churches. Events that required driving. Events that required passing through customs. Every event is unique. Every organizing team is unique. Every attendee is unique. Still, […]
I’m tired of lamenting the state of WordPress security and doing nothing to address it. I’m building solutions to turn the conversation around.
The impact of an improperly-secured Gearman server grows with the importance of the application using it.
A story I enjoy retelling is how a friend of mine tricked me into using WordPress. At the time, I was working with him on a career mentorship project. He’d written a book that I was publishing, and we wanted to add a premium video series to go along with it. We just needed a […]
It’s impossible to train consumers on appropriate security behavior when the real ways of interacting with a bank so closely resemble phishing attacks.
If you’re reading the news, you’ve probably seen hoards of tech journalists up in arms about S.J. Resolution 34. In a nutshell, this is an agreement by Congress to overturn a rule passed late last year by the FCC. The rule itself prohibited Internet service providers (ISPs) from collecting and sharing data about their customers […]