This is one of the rare more private posts on this blog and this time has nothing to do with security at all.
Since ages one singer was always part of my wife’s and my live: Chris de Burgh. And even if it is uncool in our kid’s world, they love him and his songs . . . → Read More: Chris de Burgh: People of the World Stand Up for Freedom
Do you know the feeling? You should share a large file with somebody outside your organization. The file is too big to be sent by e-mail. What can you do? Well, you might have a service by internal IT (we have one) which is not really user-friendly, hard to use and – as you do . . . → Read More: Aligning Security with the Business
No clue what the source is but if they are right, it is scary: DRG SSH Username and Password Authentication Tag Clouds
Years ago I was sitting in a healthcare event, when a researcher was talking (very excited) about the idea of having a pacemaker with Bluetooth access to fine-tune the system and read information from the sensors. Even though this might medically be a great idea, I would be fairly reluctant having such a thing in . . . → Read More: Hacking the Human Body
It is often talked about the “New World of Work” or sometimes it is about bringing virtual and physical organizations together – which is often called the Hybrid organization.
The Hybrid organization has different aspects: People, Technology and Buildings. We are running different pilots in different offices like Amsterdam or Zurich to learn what we . . . → Read More: How to Align Work Live and Private Live