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Secure Thinking

I often speak on ‘Secure Thinking’ to a variety of audiences, and share some suggestions on how to keep themselves safer in their online lives.  Here’s those tips:   Patch your systems regularly (patch Tuesday is a great start) Run Anti-Malware, but don’t pay too much for it. Uninstall flash completely. If you need it, [...]
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United’s New Security Questions

When I logged into United’s site to check in for a flight this week, I discovered that they’ve changed their user security approach. There’s been some chatter on flyertalk, twitter, and a couple of other places about the changes, and I thought I’d chime in. First, let’s take a look at what United’s trying to [...]
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