Helping Users Understand Cybersecurity: Availability Becomes Reliability

Last week I explained how I thought that “Accuracy” was a better term than “Integrity” when we are communicating with users. The week before that, I said that “Privacy” is a better term than “Confidential”. This is part of my wild idea for replacing “CIA” with “PAR”. Privacy, Accuracy, and Reliability. What Does “Available” Mean […]
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Helping Users Understand Cybersecurity: Integrity Becomes Accuracy

In a previous blog post I explained how I thought that “Privacy” was a better term than “Confidentiality” when we are communicating with non-specialists. Everyday users must play their role in protecting information. This is part of my heretical suggestion that we would should replace “CIA” with “PAR”, as in Privacy, Accuracy, and Reliability. What […]
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Take All Your Music To Linux

“I own many CDs”, the Sphinx said. “I listen to music all the time. But I never play my CDs. What is happening?” That’s easy, a minor-league Sphinx question at best. She ripped her CDs. She used software to read the audio data, convert it to a compressed format, and store the songs as files […]
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Understanding Cyber Security: Confidentiality Becomes Privacy

In early August I made the heretical suggestion of replacing “CIA” with “PAR”, as in Privacy, Accuracy, and Reliability. Grim talk about “The CIA Triad” suggests to many users that it is nothing for them. But we can’t have information security without user understanding and involvement! We talk about CIA in Learning Tree’s System and […]
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Do You Know the New Linux Networking Commands?

Back in April, I explained the new network interface names. Instead of eth0 it’s something like enp0s4 or p7p1. Let’s see how to check the settings. Run these commands on your system and play along! Physical Devices First, what are the network class devices? This system has two Ethernet interfaces: $ ls -l /sys/class/net total […]
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