Security

A collection of 19 posts

Oct 15, 2019

Remove unused and unnecessary software

Remove unused and unnecessary software

The more software you're running on your devices the bigger the potential security risks. Read this blog to learn more about how and why you should remove unused and unnecessary software.

Oct 12, 2019

Ransomware 101

Ransomware 101

With the blogs in this series I want to reach not only my typical audience, security professionals, but especially less security aware people to help them improve their personal security. If you think

Oct 10, 2019

How a VPN increases privacy and security

How a VPN increases privacy and security

With the blogs in this series I want to reach not only my typical audience, security professionals, but especially less security aware people to help them improve their personal security. If you think

Oct 6, 2019

How to create strong passwords

How to create strong passwords

With the blogs in this series I want to reach not only my typical audience, security professionals, but especially less security aware people to help them improve their personal security. If you think

Sep 8, 2019

BSides Manchester 2019

BSides Manchester 2019

It took me a while, but here's finally a recap of BSides Manchester. Together with my mates from the Beerfarmers we gave a talk named "Rage against the FUD". I think the name

Sep 7, 2019

Information security resources for laypeople

Information security resources for laypeople

There are tons of information security resources. But whether it's blogs, podcasts or video tutorials, a lot of them are tailored to information security professionals or people with tech knowledge. I always felt

Jul 21, 2019

How to answer (shitty) security questions

How to answer (shitty) security questions

I saw this tweet from Paul Barton. And he is right. These are really terrible security questions. These have to be some of the worst “security” questions I have ever seen! pic.twitter.