Do you leave the key for your front door under the mat?
Do you leave your car doors unlocked?
The cyber equivalent of that level of security is the password “123456,” which is the number one password two years running according to Splash Data News. Click the link for the entire list.
Passwords that are obvious make them horrible protection. It’s like a hiding place that everyone would look.
Security is not an inconvenience for criminals. It’s supposed to prevent them from getting in.
Here’s a few methods that will help… Continue reading How to Choose Good Passwords
Assume that everything you type will be on the front page of the NY Times, so type wisely. Emails, texts, even snapchat instant deleted photos can/will come back to haunt you.
Fighting this seems pointless.
In facing this onslaught Sun Tzu would have suggested retreat and avoidance, but that’s not an option in today’s technological driven world.
I am writing this on a Macbook Pro with a camera pointed right at me. I’m pretty sure it’s not on, but with every passing day, I wonder a bit more about it. But at least I know about this.
What I didn’t know until recently was… Continue reading Should we give up on privacy?
Tony Robbins, who’s rah-rah and NLP I am okay with, has a new book that scares the daylights out of me.
He now touts himself a financial guru now and has tapped into some top financial names for his new book. While I haven’t seen is book yet, reports that seem very valid suggest that he interviewed a true financial genius, Ray Dalio of Bridewater Capital, and came away with a portfolio that has been called “All Weather.” The back testing on this portfolio from 1984 shows an average return of 7% and only four down years with a worst down year of -3.9%.
That sounds too good to be true…those who know me can finish this sentence already… Continue reading Robbins Book Scares Me