It’s that time of year again and school is back in session! Everyone from returning college students to anxious new kindergartners for the most part by now are in the full swing of a brand-new year of learning.  Being the husband of a teacher myself, I most definitely...

Now before anyone reading this blog regards the title as being a bit out of date, let me first qualify my motivation and intent.  First and foremost, I am the husband of an amazing woman and father of two strong, independent young ladies.  I also take great pride in ha...

Over the course of my IT career I've noticed that the tools available to us provide monitoring and visibility into our network, servers, and applications have improved and matured greatly. There are a plethora of these tools that have made the lives of administrators,...

De-Google’ing Over Concerns of Privacy

Zen and the Art of Cybersecurity

Cry-key That’s a Big Gator

Your Passwords are Worthless

The Phenomenology of the Ghost in the Machine a.k.a. Spirit

Writing a monthly blog about cybersecurity sounds like a reasonably easy task. There a...

Last week I read 3 stories where serious damage has been done to very advanced tech savvy organizations who are losing intellectual property to their competitors. As a business leader, you may find yourself wondering if this is happening to your own IP and perhaps more...

Who doesn’t appreciate a great buying experience? With everything from buying a car, ordering a coffee or doing some online shopping, a business can make or lose a sale based on the overall experience.  But what about the technology industry?  To get some better insigh...

A bit of personal history, self-aggrandizing, product promotion, and a Metallica reference.

I was tasked to get the Cisco Fire Jumper certification a couple of years ago as my company was pursuing the Master Security Partner designation. The company certification consis...

I recently attended a global summit in San Diego last week where I learned much about the ongoing modernization efforts in technology. One topic covered was the launch of a completely new certification portfolio that essentially draws a line in the sand between traditi...

The saying goes that there are three kinds of people in this world, those who can count and those who cannot.  When it comes to learning new concepts or skills, there are “readers”, “seers” and “doers”.  Readers can spend time scouring books or other written media to t...

Many organizations either have, or are in the process of incorporating cloud services as a strategic component of their overall IT vision. There are many factors why cloud services make sense for each organization, but the big advantages are resiliency, scalability, an...

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