This is the first of a series of short posts to debunk security myths and misconceptions. In today's blog i'm going to explain why writing down passwords is not bad. Had me interested
This post was originally posted on Peerlyst on October 6, 2017. I edited it a little bit and added some links to more recent blogposts. Another day another data breach. Whether we like
Due to the exceptional times we're going through - no i'm not going to try to sell you some snakeoil solution - I don't have a lot of energy and time to write
Read about these very surprising results in this independent research about how routers influence people's hapiness
On May 7 it was World Password Day. A day on which a lot of awareness about password security is shared. A lot of good advice but unfortunately also a lot of misleading,
This is a very quick and highly simplified explanation about encoding, encryption and hashing and how they are different. Today I tweeted this: encoding != encryption != hashing You can decode, decrypt but there'
The COVID-19 outbreak and the consequential lockdowns have an enormous impact on online security. People are working from home en masse. Many companies are not well prepared to support people in doing this
This week I tweeted a bit of security advice which was received well. So i decided to bundle it in a short blog. I also added links to blogs that help you to
Two layers of defense are better than one layer of defense. This seems logic. But every now and then I end up in a discussion - mainly on Twitter - where people tell
I've sent my first newsletter yesterday. It's a newsletter in which I capture the security news that caught my attention in the past week. It can be really anything security related that interests
Review of my Information Security adventures of 2019 and a preview of 2020. Happy New Year!