Tag Archives: security

Enabling Factors of Authentication

With the ongoing onslaught of high profile security breaches, it’s fast become a no-brainer that we should use different passwords for each service we subscribe to, and that they should be long and complex. Unfortunately, not everyone may be able to … Continue reading

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Trustworthy Computing & The Security Development Lifecycle

On January 15, 2002, Bill Gates distributed a memo titled ‘Trustworthy Computing’. This memo outlined his vision for reinforcing security as a serious factor during application development, and he declared that when facing a choice between adding features and resolving … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Being Compliant

My new year’s resolution is 2880×1800. With that out of the way, I’d like to acknowledge this year drawing to a close with a brief nod to Standards Compliance. Industry standards are important, but should not be based on methods … Continue reading

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