Al Berg's Paranoid Prose
SSL certificates are supposed to provide users with assurance that the sites they are browsing are legitimate. When you go to your online banking web…
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As personal handheld devices like smartphones and tablets become part of employees’ technical arsenals, the security of those devices begins to impact the corporate environment. …
This is the personal blog of Al Berg. By day, I am the Chief Information Security Officer of Tassat, helping secure our next generation, blockchain based B2B payments infrastructure.
When I am not securing something or other, I am a sometimes EMT with the Weehawken Volunteer First Aid Squad and maintain the Weehawken Time Machine, which is a website full of Weehawken history.
Everything I post to this blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and other public fora are my opinion and do not represent the position of my employer or anyone else. If something here annoys you, it it strictly my fault.
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