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Month: September 2017

For The Rookies

For The Rookies

I often tell people that learning about privacy and security is like going to a salad bar.  When you attend a live training about these subjects or begin to explore the large number of topics that are related to this endeavor, it can be a bit overwhelming.  With so many options and choices to consider, how does a person decide where to begin?  Hence the salad bar analogy.  There are decisions to made at every turn along the way.  What…

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The Equifax Debacle

The Equifax Debacle

Here is the latest information from reputable sources on the massive Equifax breach from this past week.  I encourage everyone to review the information, stay informed, and take proactive steps to protect your personal information.  A recent podcast about this breach is embedded below which discusses important actions a person can take, and also a free credit freeze tutorial is included in the notes below.  Unfortunately, this latest breach will not be the last. Breach at Equifax May Impact 143M…

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Phone Strategy: Update

Phone Strategy: Update

Last year I wrote an article (here) which detailed a way to set up your phone strategy with enhancements to privacy & security in mind.  Since that time, I have received numerous emails with questions and feedback on the solutions I set up.  I decided to post an update to my strategy and highlight some of the changes I have made over the past year.  I am going to leave the original article untouched so that readers can compare the…

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