With GDPR a week away I’ve been seeing an increase in reconsent emails being sent out from various companies who have my work and personal email address on their mailing lists. Every single one of these has mentioned updates to privacy policies and needing to get my reconsent to
On Thursday, 10th May I had a trip along to the AWS Summit at the ExCel London conference centre largely for the same reasons as I go to any other conference - to talk to the vendors and to go to a few of the sessions and speak to folk
I think that by now it’s pretty clear that I’m in favour of HTTPS everywhere and one of the comments I’ve received from people is that “there isn’t any point in doing HTTPS on internal systems” which is something I totally disagree with.
Internal systems may
The recent announcement that windows 2019 is available on the insider programme was something that I couldn’t resist so, taking the opportunity I downloaded the ISO file, the latest build of Honolulu and the latest build of the RSAT tools.
Like anything, I like to have a scenario on
I’ve been involved in quite a few conversations over the past few weeks about how GDPR can be fixed “just by encrypting everything” and I’m always puzzled as to why people seem to think that the solution to GDPR is encryption because they couldn’t be further from