Cloud Services provide us with much needed convenience for sure. However, does this same convenience mean reducing our ownership rights, and our ability to make decisions about our data once it’s on the cloud platforms? It is time we stand firm and ask that laws are put in place to give us back our digital freedoms and control.
After reading a few articles I came across some interesting data freely available in cyberspace. It came to my attention that the public perception of cyber security is somewhat skewed. The larger companies are not disclosing their most serious security breaches. We all know that many people tend to shop online. This is because of… Continue reading #Cyber #Security Online: Our new Frontline of Defence
You might think: Why on earth are you writing about this subject? Given my extensive background in Information Technology, and my keen interest in privacy and security, I would like to share my thoughts on the matter in order to highlight a misconception (in my opinion) within the general public eye. I say this with… Continue reading The Tor Network: The Eyes Hidden Within #technology #security #privacy
I don’t remember ever attempting to join in with my peers at the time Facebook was released to the general public way back in 2006 (Facebook, 2006). I do however remember my limited number of friends telling me all about this great new network that allowed them to communicate with long-lost friends and relatives. I… Continue reading Facebook: Why I do not socialise on it #technology