How To Access A Deceased Loved One’s Online Accounts

If your loved one did not write their passwords and accounts down on paper anywhere, there are some often lengthy and complex processes to go through in order to get access to their account and/or request memorialization or deletion. Ever since my parents passed away, which unexpectedly forced me to go through the process personally,…

The Definitive Guide to DMARC

When we drive in our cars we don’t rely on just one thing to protect us. Here’s what you need to know about Defense-in-Depth.

The Elephant in the Room

“We’re all grieving the reality that we’re vulnerable to cybercrime.” But we can do something about it. Here are some quick pro tips.

Idea Machine!

My little boy teaches me to innovate within a limited set of materials and parameters by asking me to draw a unique napkin for his lunch each day.

The Teeter and Totter of Innovation

Every Christmas, while watching everyone tear into gifts of the world’s new hotness, I think about innovation: what it is, what it means, what makes it successful, and the key tenets of how innovations achieve wide adoption.

Powered by Touch

Last night, in a dream of all things, I was reminded of a very real encounter that changed my perception for so much the better.

Yes and thank you, iO!

I just wrapped up a few weeks of classes at the birthplace of improv: Chicago’s inimitable iO Theater down on Kingsbury.

The Underrated Power of Lists

Like making lists? Me, too. Even though my lists may not look like lists in the traditional sense, they still serve a pretty cool purpose.

Impervious to Change!

Work looks the same as play. It’s difficult to tell if you’re on Insta or looking at that spreadsheet accounting just sent over.

Teaching Fish To Swim

If you’re trying to teach fish how to swim, it helps if you put them in the water.

The Dark Web Is An Onion

The Internet everyday people know through Google and Bing is less than 20% of the total number of sites that exist on the Internet. What is the Dark Web, anyway?

SecTor 2019 Redux

My pal, Kim Crawley, wrote about her experience at SecTor in Toronto and was kind enough to include me in it.

When Judaism Meets Science

It isn’t often enough that a work like this, one of astonishing curiosity, intention, intelligent humour, and thoughtful artistry finds its way into my hands. Occasionally, such whimsical discoveries are connected to me in more ways than one.

Data Rights Are Human Rights

The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) goes into effect on January 2020. Here’s what you need to know.

Experience is the move.

The move to a new understanding, an action, a motion that moves us closer to a broader perspective.

Anti-virus and Anti-malware: What’s the Difference?

You may wonder, “I have antivirus installed so I’m good, right?” Nope. Anti-virus is better than nothing but it’s not good enough to be your sole protection against the more sophisticated types of threats we see today. Keep in mind that viruses are also a type of malware among several common types that anti-malware detects better…

Fight Malware: Use DNAT Rules

Another #InvisibleOpSec – how to improve efficiency, security, and privacy with little or no cost and minimal effort.

FIREWORKS!!!

It’s a great time of year to share a fun fireworks vid I made a ways back:

A Firewall for iPhones

Guardian’s firewall for iOS is about to be released in the U.S. Here’s some early thoughts on it.