Microsoft takes’s NIST’s latest recommendation on passwords to the next level by removing password expiration requirement on Windows 10. Microsoft is leading the pack in changing the way of how we authenticate- away from traditional passwords and towards modern authentication methods.
We live in a world where inappropriate content is just a click and a tap away. Just wait until your kid becomes of age where they start to consume the internet, you may find yourself looking for options for content filtering. (Thank goodness my kid is not there yet, but its inevitable). There is many free and paid options available, but here is one that is both free and easy if you’re don’t need fancy reporting or analytics.
It’s a filtered DNS service provided by CleanBrowsing.org and the idea is to update your DHCP server in your home (typically the router or firewall in an average home) to use one of their filtered DNS servers. You can also manually set devices such as a cell phone to use their filtered DNS service so that content is filtered in and outside your home.
They offer other free and paid services for your consumption so check them out!
We all know and heard about the gap in talent and jobs in the security market. What if there was a way to see the numbers behind this not only nationwide but by state? You can thank me later.
If you’re looking into becoming CISSP certified, you may have read about the 5 years of relevant work experience in the security discipline that is required to obtain the CISSP title, even after passing the exam! Don’t fret, a fellow blogger at The Silicone Underground has a great perspective on this topic.