• Data Protection for Photographers

    | by Mirko Zorz - Monday, 29 September 2014.

    Today's high resolution digital cameras ensure that active photographers have to manage massive amounts of data. Keeping this data safe in the long run can present a challenge.

    This book aims to help photographers figure out their options and secure their digital collections for the long run. Read on to find out what it offers.

  • Secure mobile messaging with Threema

    | by Mirko Zorz - Wednesday, 17 September 2014.

    If you're concerned about the privacy of your mobile communications, there's a variety of tools you can use to protect yourself. Today I'm taking a closer look at Threema, a mobile messaging app that comes with end-to-end encryption and supports iOS and Android, with a Windows Phone edition in the works.

  • Bulletproof SSL and TLS

    | by Zeljka Zorz - Friday, 12 September 2014.

    Deploying SSL or TLS in a secure way is a great challenge for system administrators. This book aims to simplify that challenge by offering extensive knowledge and good advice - all in one place.

  • Inside the ISO 27001 Documentation Toolkit

    | by Mirko Zorz - Tuesday, 19 August 2014.

    You work for a small or medium company and you'd like to become compliant, but budget is always an issue. The ISO 27001 Documentation Toolkit from 27001 Academy is here to help. The Toolkit is available in several languages and will guide you through the whole process for a fraction of the cost of a consultant.

    It's important to note that I'm not an ISO 27001 expert. Still, I was curious to see what value could the Documentation Toolkit offer to someone that's approaching this challenge for this first time.

  • Using the iStorage datAshur Personal secure USB flash drive

    | by Zeljka Zorz - Wednesday, 20 August 2014.

    The iStorage datAshur Personal is a PIN-activated USB flash drive designed for everyday use, both private and corporate. The drive comes in three sizes: 8GB, 16GB and 32GB.


Researchers track Android users by collecting accelerator readings

A group of researchers have demonstrated that Android users' movements can be tracked by simply analyzing the data provided by the devices' accelerometers and orientation sensors.

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