After 5 years of teaching over 15k people security awareness in person and online, SafeStack are thrilled to announce SafeStack Academy.
Your small group has leveled up quite a lot over the past few weeks. Way to go! So far you have acquired:
Your security adventure pack is getting quite full!
So far your small group has:
Some thoughts and guidance for protecting your small company from one of the risks we find most challenging to talk about – key person risk. Preparing our companies to work without us for a while.
In your handy adventure pack, you should have an asset list (accounts, systems, technology) and a password manager, full of unique passwords for each of those assets.
Back in 1993 personal computers were still novel, and the Eternal September of the internet was just beginning. In New Zealand, the Privacy Act 1993 anticipated as best it could a future where the free flow of information made individual privacy hard to protect.
This past Friday, Daniel Zollinger and I (Erica Anderson) took part in the annual migration of geeks to Auckland University for the OWASP Day conference. This conference has been run every year for a while now, and is a great opportunity to meet people from all walks of infosec. There are students, veterans, developers, testers, security consultants, academics, and folks who just want to learn a bit more about infosec.
Update 17 March 2020: The great team at Login Lock Down reached out and shared a great comparison they did of various password managers. We added a link below!
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