I received a significant amount of feedback from my recent post on how to setup parental controls with iOS 10 (available here), so I decided to follow on with another post on how to setup parental controls with Windows 10. While Microsoft has had some good parental control features with Windows 7, when Windows
I have discussed here and here many of the dangers that kids face when trying to navigate technology and the Internet and some ideas for parents on how to mitigate these risks. Parents have several choices available to them for parental controls on iOS devices and for this post, I tried several of the
A classified spillage (commonly referred to as a spill) incident occurs when information is transmitted, processed, or stored on an information system that is not accredited to contain that level of information. Usually, this occurs when a classified document (confidential, secret, top secret, etc.) is created, stored, or emailed on unclassified systems or networks.
As a cybersecurity professional I get frequent questions from people who want to know how to keep their personal or business data secure. While it is true that the tools and techniques used by hackers are getting more sophisticated, the reality is that most breaches, even the very large and highly publicized breaches, could
Anyone who has experience with the Internet knows how easily it is to stumble across inappropriate Internet content. As a father of two, I am extremely cautious about my children's online activities and utilize parental controls on everything I can. Whether you are a business owner trying to reduce what your employees can access
There are many reasons why anyone working in the digital forensics/incident response profession should have the ability to record the screen of their computer. Whether it is recording the actions taken during an investigation so another person can replicate them, recording an adversaries activity on a victim machine, or simply creating some training videos,