Company Computers At Home as Reverse BYOD

For decades cyber security professionals have been addressing the issues of employees bringing their own devices to work. Called BYOD for “Bring Your Own Device”, IT departments have dealt with employee phones, tablets, and laptops. When an employee brings a device to a workplace there are many potential issues. For instance, does that device have […]
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A Post-Pandemic Shift in Working

We humans experience change continuously throughout our lives, although days may seem monotonous at times, we are upset when our routine is affected or we don’t get what we expect.  Change happens on larger scales too whether it’s growing up, raising our own children or buying your first home. Instructor, Robert Annis, continues his pandemic […]
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There Is Another Flaw In Computer Processor Chips

Cnet reported in early March of this year that a flaw had been discovered in the ROM (Read-Only Memory) of many of Intel’s processor chips. The issue was announced in May of 2019 but updated in March. Many users have asked me how a processor could have errors in its functions. Processors have had errors […]
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Impact of the Pandemic

Instructor Robert Annis continues this blog series by discussing the psychological impact of people from the pandemic. The greatest impact of coronavirus may well be seen as the impact on the economy in the form of a recession, but it would be a mistake to only focus on the obvious.  There will be many impacts […]
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What is an “Evil Maid” Attack and Why Should You Care?

Have you ever seen a movie or TV show where a good guy or a bad guy enters an office or hotel room, sticks a USB drive into a computer, and very quickly extracts all the information from the computer? Believe it or not, that kind of attack has a name: it is an “evil […]
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