Category Privacy

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How Vulnerable is Your SIP

“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” ― Henry David Thoreau I don’t like to think of myself as old, but there are times when I feel absolutely ancient.  This is especially true when it comes […]

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Hacking as a Service Part One: The Evolution of the Bad Guy

Despite the fact that I consider myself to be a peaceful and reasonably honest person, I adore movies about organized crime and extremely nasty people. Whether it’s Edward G. Robinson playing Rico in the 1931 classic, “Little Caesar,” or the more recent Hollywood offerings “American Gangster” and “The Departed,” there is something about bad guys […]

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The Price of Privacy

There’s a new currency in town.  No, it’s not the Chinese yuan, the Japanese yen, or the European Union’s euro.  It’s personal privacy and each and every day we trade a little of our own for something we consider of value. Take the supermarket discount card you gladly allow the cashier to swipe at the […]

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Privacy, Online Access, and the Fragility of Life

My latest article for No Jitter is more of a philosophical pondering than a technical exploration (but it’s that, too).  No matter what, it’s something we all deal with every time we open a web page or post a social media status update. Privacy, Online Access, and the Fragility of Life Don’t worry about me […]

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Choosing the Right SBC — It All Depends

I am often asked the question, “What’s the best Session Border Controller?”  To me, that is like asking, “What’s the best place to vacation?”  It all depends on what you’re looking for.  Do you want to lie on the sand on some tropical beach or is skiing down a mountain slope your idea of a […]

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Privacy — The New Currency

There’s a new currency in town.  No, it’s not the Chinese yuan, the Japanese yen, or the European Union’s euro.  It’s personal privacy and each and every day we trade a little of our own for something we consider of value. Take the supermarket discount card you gladly allow the cashier to swipe at the […]