security (6)

Why Does Intel Keep Having Security Problems?

In the never ending CPU wars between AMD and Intel, a lot of enthusiasts understandably focus on which of the latest offerings from team red or team blue will give them the best ba...

30 June 2020

How to Protect Your Online Accounts

If you haven't had one of your own accounts hacked, I bet you know someone who has. That can be a pretty violating experience - we store a lot of personal information in our online...

17 June 2020

Windows Server Core: More Secure than the Desktop Experience

If you've ever installed Windows Server you'll have been presented with two options. There's the one that used to be called "Server Core" and there's one that's now called the "Des...

20 May 2020

Two Factor Authentication - More Security, Less Effort

Two-factor authentication is measurably one of the best ways to secure access to your data. Unfortunately a lot of people's experience is that it's inconvenient or just plain ann...

25 April 2020

Is the Cloud Secure Enough?

More and more organisations are moving their data to the cloud. I get the opportunity to work with a lot of different companies, and one of the things I've noticed very consisten...

06 April 2020

Chrome will start blocking file uploads via HTTP

Google has published a plan to add new mechanisms in Chrome to protect against unsafe file downloads. In Chrome 86, which is scheduled to be released on October 26th, all types of...

08 February 2020