Professional glossary

As I continue in my Masters of Cyber Security studies, one thing that keeps being reinforced by the lecturing staff is having a professional glossary. There’s be no recommendation, however, about how best to approach such, so we’re left up to our own devices as to how best to approach. As a web developer of... Continue Reading →

Perplexed by password managers?

I first adopted 1Password as a password manager around 7 years ago, then a one-off purchase whereas now offered via the subscription model. At work, a friend and Professor of Cyber Security introduced me to LastPass, I adopted it back in 2015 and our workplace deployed the enterprise edition to all staff in late-2018. Whilst... Continue Reading →

Choosing hosts wisely

It’s not easy to do, is it? Balance of budget versus will you get hacked? Often it comes down to relying upon recommendations of others, be they web professionals or (hopefully) reliable online resources. Sometimes it pays to give some hosts a wide berth! I was looking for WordPress hosting but wanting to keep the... Continue Reading →

This way, reverse a bit, then forward

Having worked at my employer for twenty-two years I’ve accrued a pretty decent long service leave balance, to the point it has come to the point of their saying huh-hmm start using it please. Sadly, as that request came so did the world fall prey to COVID-19 and travel looking like becoming a non-event for... Continue Reading →

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