There’s a lot of talk these days about security and privacy obviously with issues such as the use of big data by the big tech companies—witness the US Congress’ grilling of the tech CEOs some weeks ago, and issues to do with the GDPR and again, fines mostly for big America
I found out about a competitor to ProtonMail a couple of days ago called Tutanota out of Germany. This really interests me as I am such a fan of ProtonMail, so thought to myself, could there be something even better out there? However, after analyzing the two side-by-side using their
Of course the companies that offer Gmail and Outlook and other “classics” will use their marketing departments to downplay superior services, the one I am talking about here being ProtonMail. As mentioned in a previous post or two, its HQ is in Switzerland, but it most def
I am far from a cyber security expert but I see the need to learn about, and utilize, a VPN (virtual private network) for many people. A VPN can make your web surfing and transactions relatively anonymous, throw off ad-tracking, and otherwise make your internet experience more enjoyab
Security is becoming such an issue these days on the internet – as was just prophecized in a book out this year called Future Crimes by Marc Goodman (a former cop) that a new report, also just out, concludes that the cost of securing your online properties may soon outstrip all
Having had a significant stint doing technical writing at Genetec—who develop security software for such places as Starbucks, the New York Giants Stadium, and the most heavily trafficked airport in the World at Dubai—I guess it comes as no surprise that I landed a couple of job interv
I am a technical writer, web developer, and consultant with over 20 years experience. I have served small, medium, and up to very large clients. These include billion dollar tech companies such as Autodesk and the highest profile production houses like Moment Factory: who worked on the Super Bowl show with Madonna.