When Henry Ford built the Model T, safety wasn’t his number one concern. Despite the automobile existing in some form since 1807, the enforced use of seat-belts in motor vehicles didn’t occur till the 1970s in Australia, and similar periods for other developed countries.
Don’t let me get bored. Ever. I tend to do things I probably shouldn’t. Sometimes it’s harmless like acting a bit quirky to get a laugh or a reaction, other times I’ll just casually scan an open network looking to see whether the IT guy has a clue or not. This is a story about […]
For me, the highlight of this year’s “Fraud & Cyber-Crime Symposium” was high-fiving former FBI agent Gregory Coleman, the man who took down The Wolf of Wallstreet. It seemed like a cool thing to do, so I did it! 😉
If you weren’t already concerned about your company’s data, you should be. In May researchers at McAfee (the anti-virus vendor) discovered a new software offering that allowed anyone to become a ‘crim’ and get in on the act of locking up your data for ransom, called ‘Tox’.