Browsing All Posts published on »September, 2013«

Apple being forced to get ‘Plugged-In’

September 29, 2013


Apple’s achievements in establishing design benchmarks have not always ended up with mainstream practicality despite the adoption rate. Even the brainwashing by the dogmatic postulating fanatical ‘fruity’ followers cannot hide the iPad baked in redundancy that has now contaminated much of the Laptop and desktop Apple products. This redundancy is epitomised in the headlines in […]

The Dark Side of Data Encryption – Ransomware

September 13, 2013


Those of you who have heard me speak and read my earlier articles on the subject of Data Security ‘Data Security – It’s in the Name!‘ will know my advocacy of encryption as the realistic future for data protection. But following the recent Cryptolocker outbreak of Ransomeware I feel it prudent to highlight the challenge […]

Biometrics – 10 strikes & your Out!

September 12, 2013


Much hype is being touted about Apple’s new iPhone 5S and its Biometric fingerprint capability, and is being heralded as a new wave of security for consumers and the increased challenges of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) for businesses. Whilst the convenience of biometrics in these form factors may encourage those users idle enough not […]