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One critical aspect of brainstorming and other idea-gathering processes is that one must not judge the ideas as they are presented. After that gathering phase, though, the ideas are useless if no patterns or relationships can be discovered. One good solution for that is the Affinity Diagram. The process was identified in the 1960s by […]
Online vs. Live Classes Taking a live online class is just like taking a live class, except when it isn’t. Live online classes are usually referred to in the training industry as “virtual instructor-led training” or VILT. Likewise, classroom style training is called “live instructor-led training” or LILT. That ‘V’ can make a big difference. […]
If you are interested in a cybersecurity job, now may be a great time to get one. Whether it is a new job, a change in position, or adding a new skill to your existing job, cyber security skills are in demand. They are in demand right now, and they will be for the foreseeable […]
I’ve written before on biometrics. If you’ve read those posts, you’ll know that I like biometrics in general. But earlier this year, a new wrinkle popped up in the field: people are accusing Facebook of capturing biometric information without users’ consent. According to the lawsuit, the plaintiffs say that Facebook is capturing “faceprints.” I don’t […]
This past week (as I write this) security researcher Mark Burnett (who literally wrote the book on passwords) released ten million passwords gathered from security breaches. He went one step further and released the account names (without the domain part) of the associated email addresses. That’s a lot of passwords. Here’s why you should care. […]