Category: useful stuff

secure your computer the nsa way

The National Security Agency isn’t all about listening in on other people’s conversations or being the object of insanely paranoid fantasies.  The NSA also has…

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ceo, cfo, pants on fire?

A recently published research paper entitled “Detecting Deceptive Discussions in Conference Calls” provides an interesting look at lies and the liars who tell them (in…

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truecrypt – disk encryption for everyone

  It is amazing how much (sensitive) information we can now carry around every day.  I have 8 gigs of all sorts of interesting stuff…

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enterprise risk management seminar in nyc 7/14

Interested in Enterprise Rights Management?  In the New York City metro area?  Free on July 14th?   New York Metro InfraGard is putting on an ERM…

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truecrypt (and good passwords) 1, fbi 0

Looks like open source disk encryption software TrueCrypt has shown its mettle in a cybercrime case out of Brazil.   The Brazilian police seized 500 TrueCrypt…

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WhereFi? ThereFi!

Here’s a handy resource for the busyness traveler… the HotelChatter 2010  Hotel WiFi Report lets you know where you can score free WiFi during your…

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