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For all of the press out there about hacking and suspicious websites, one important facet of internet security that gets overlooked is email. Most of us know not to click on links in a spam message, and many of us realize that some email attachments harbor unsavory bits of code. Malicious code and viruses get transferred easily with email, often without the knowledge of either the sender or the recipient, via email attachments.
Viruses and malicious code aside, there is another issue of email security that you may be overlooking: the sending of sensitive information via email.
Common sense would dictate that any sensitive information – bank account numbers, credit card information, passwords, social security numbers – is best delivered through a secure channel. If you’re using email to send this type of information, you run the risk of exposing it to virtually anyone.
Today is the sixth birthday of my blog.
It’s seen two URLs, multiple names, and many design changes. If you’ve never visited the archive, you can trace my beginning blog posts about apartment life and the environment and discover my first posts about social media. For instance, here’s a piece from May 2007 critiquing a website.
I’ve created a lot of content and people continue to visit.
Every day someone is getting hacked. Why? Who knows. It could be for malicious intentions or for someone’s personal fun. The world of hacking contains a whole community of its own that it is...
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Just released today as a special stream, Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories is available now to preorder, and drops on May 21.
Congratulations to the 2013 Golden Apple teachers of Collier County! The six teachers honored were Kathleen Weitzel of Naples Park Elementary, Sarah B. Nick of Golden Gate Elementary, Andrew Klatzkow of Corkscrew Elementary, Yudelka (Judy) Ramirez of Eden Park Elementary, Khris Betten-Jutasi of Lorenzo Walker Technical High and Catherine Hunt of Lely High School. Enjoy their videos and learn more about them in this Naples Daily News Q&A article.
Or, how to use Linkedin to help land a job after graduation
Today is your day. Your mountain is waiting…..yadda, yadda, yadda. You’ve heard that a lot no doubt, either preceded or followed by, “So what are you going to do for a job?”
That line is great advice in a post from Gary Vaynerchuk.
What he’s saying: Know who you are and what you’re good at.
So many folks look at people succeeding in other professions and longingly wish they were doing that. Professors want to be business people, executives want to be coders, coders want to be entrepreneurs, and managers want to teach.
Guess what — each of those is its own thing, and people who have a natural talent for those skills will do fantastic.
And folks who aren’t as self-aware and try to jam themselves into the wrong field will never be superstars. I can practice all day long, but I’ll never be a great bass player or a baseball player.
The best thing you can do: