What would you want in exchange for foregoing your privacy and being monitored online: your every online move, all the sites and the apps you go to and for how long? Continue reading “Join a digital big brother program?”
Australian politicians use Wickr and WhatsApp
Encrypted Political Turmoil, is a post I published in October 2016 reporting on the increasing use and popularity of secure communication apps, such as Wickr and WhatsApp, among leading Australian political figures including the Prime Minister. Continue reading “BYOS, Secure Communication for Hack-Fearing Politicians & others”
What impression do your staff, business partners and consumers develop from the moment they first interact with your online services?
How do you best manage the function, the feel and the security of your Identity and Access Management (IAM) processes for your online services? Continue reading “IAM Making a First Impression”
How assured are you that your email communications are truly private?
What are you doing about securing your emails in transit and at rest on all your devices and in your email servers, which are most likely hosted in the Cloud? Using PGP perhaps? Is there a good enough and practical solution to the issue of Email Privacy? Continue reading “Pretty Good Email Privacy?”
“Your entire life is online.
And it might be used against you.
Be vigilant.” (Febelfin)
Three years following the explosive mass cyber surveillance revelations from Edward Snowden and the global privacy debate that they ignited, the release of the Snowden movie gives us an opportunity to reflect on the current state of our cyber privacy: Continue reading “The pursuit of cyber privacy, a lost cause?”