22 Nov 2019

The Art of the Possible – Legislating in an Apple and Amazon World

Apple, Google and Amazon have adapted extremely complex technology to the consumer world; and have forever changed the perception of what is possible with technology. This is now bleeding over into legislation that is designed to govern the way all businesses interact with their clients. The legislators too enjoy same-or-next day delivery of any product they so desire, they have an app for everything, and they speak their wishes in their home, and... Read more...

22 Nov 2019

Secret to Workplace Bliss (E-Sign Bliss)

It is easy to fall into a workplace routine; you know how to get something done and your process works. Eventually you look to train others to use the shortcuts and process that you have found works, happy to hand off the tasks to another. Mission accomplished. Too often, with technology tools, tips and tricks, once the new modernized process has been institutionalized, no one looks back to improve or optimize — even as technology advances. With... Read more...

04 Nov 2019

Halloween is Soon to be the Only Anonymous Day. Good or Bad?

All of those family photos and selfies you have uploaded to your favorite sites have helped governments and big tech create your digital identity. Your government digital identity is refined with each new verified drivers license photo and each facial image captured at the border when you return from your Cancun vacations. When you first see your government digital identity used in real time, it really is quite shocking. Walking up to your United... Read more...

11 Oct 2019

The FBI Wants You to Stop Inadvertently Giving Criminals Money

The FBI Elegantly Asks You to Stop Sending Money to Internet Criminals. We are now in the 16th annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a collaborative effort by the US Government and participating industry groups to educate all computer users enough so that they stop clicking those pesky links that download viruses and stop sending personal, health, employment, and tax information unencrypted. What else do they suggest you stop doing? The FBI,... Read more...

04 Oct 2019

Beware of Hollywood Sim Swappers, the New Posers

Hollywood Sim Swappers are the New Posers. Your mobile phone is often the second key to your life. When you forget your password at key accounts like your email or bank, you may be prompted to enter a code that appears by text message to your phone. Perfect security, multi-factor authentication. But what if you are targeted and someone can access your phone? As we have seen, today’s internet criminals are savvy enough to make some investments... Read more...