9 posts • joined 4 Dec 2009
Only fools are absolutely certain about anything. I am absolutely certain about that. Oh wait...
Ramp is a dutch word for disaster. It at least sounds appropriate...
Comodo got away with it
If you hadn't removed Comodo's CA certificates from your stores, don't bother with the ones from Diginotar...
Bellend is German for barking...
Google is no Snow White
but mr, Jobs is reminds me more of her evil stepmother each day.
No Apples for me.
do you measure your fire insurance?
Yes of course, every hard drive needs it.
Not only protects complete hard drive encryption everything stored on it from nosy outsiders, it also prevents them from adding nasty stuff to your OS, using WinPE or Knoppix. So besides confidentiality, it also adds protection to the integrity of your systems.
After that, go for a policy that forces the encryption of everything that is copied from a company computer to any USB stick.
After that go for DLP to protect from confidential being data sent out to websites, e-mail addresses or over IM. Or you begin with that.
Paypal behaviour is illegal.
to just misquote a little bit:
"AppStore enforces general consumer security, not business security."
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