So how is this?We are living in a unique time today that will not last long, we are on the edge of a cusp for a new age of surveillance. So what do I mean by this? Bruce Schneier gave a compelling picture of the future -at LSE earlier this week- he started with today, Continue Reading
You should read this!An article about what Google keeps on YOU when you are surfing!
I had a thought-provoking couple of days in London at the LSE (London School of Economics) on Monday and Tuesday this week when they ran a conference on Identity and Privacy. Watch this space, I will be writing about what I heard from key speakers and what my thoughts are on this over the next Continue Reading
Wow I missed this -Bruce Schneier’s company. BT bought Counterpane. Listen to this interview, it is really interesting, Bruce Schneier and others! Thanks to Jeff for this!!
How I love seeing this message instead of adverts in my Yahoo Mailbox 😉 Check how I do this using the HOSTS file that I documented on an earlier posting. For those of you that are interesting to understand more on how the HOSTS file works, listen to the Security Now podcast .
Did you know that you can customise the settings of the adope flash player -that maybe causing dynamic content to appear on visited web pages and can also be storing content onto your computer. I get these sort of content when I open my Yahoo Mail for example if I haven’t set my privacy settings. Continue Reading
From PC World.This is a really interesting read!
A very good article on the importance of ‘net neutrality’. Tim Berners-Lee who normally keeps a low profile is speaking out in favour of this.
I just thought I’d share this with you. I assumed that everyone must have heard about the TIME magazine nomination of YOU for 2006, but seems -talking to my sister based in Australia- that I was wrong. We should all be aware that we have each one of us in some way made some contribution Continue Reading
Bruce Schneier is an internationally renowned security technologist and author. Described by The Economist as a “security guru,” Schneier is best known as a refreshingly candid and lucid security critic and commentator. This lecture is part of the British Computer Society’s 50th anniversary and it is open to all. No ticket is required. Entry is Continue Reading