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Data Protection

Dark Web? We don’t need no stinking Dark Web…

Wait what? Need the Dark Web? What are you talking about? The truth is so much information about you is already available in all the places where it’s supposed to be secure. Imagine for a second that your personal information only existed in the Dark Web.  Ironically, it might really be less accessible – well […]

Apathy: CyberSecurity’s biggest HURDLE

WE ARE COMFORTABLY NUMB, AND THE DATA AGGREGATORS KNOW IT…. Who knew Pink Floyd’s classic rock hit could be the theme song to the current state of data breaches.  Given the lack of any lasting public outrage for data breaches and leaks of personal data, I find myself wondering if the masses really care?  Meaning, […]

Along the fault line – California takes on Data Privacy Rights and Silicon Valley is freaked

  What’s to worry about California taking on Data Privacy Rights legislation that aims to protect the individual’s data and punish businesses that make their cash by peddling it? Well, it seems that if you Google “California GDPR”, ironically you might find results indicating that Google is none-too-happy, for one. Yes, that’s right, California has […]

Dangerous SAML SSO vulnerability?

Several sources have recently reported the discovery of a ‘flaw’ in certain SAML implementations that could allow a ‘bad actor’ to alter the identity carried in a Single Sign-On SAML assertion and legitimately log in as a different user as reported by TechTarget. Wow – that’s bad!  That was my initial reaction, and I envisioned […]

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