I don't know about you, but I really hate going to the dentist. If you were wondering why I put "brush off" in quotations, it's because it was a dental pun. Yeah, it's gonna get a bit cheeky. I've never really been a fan of doctors' offices, but something about the dentist is especially unnerving. … Continue reading Do you “brush off” Cyber Security?
In light of the recent KRACK attack, National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and it being the year anniversary month of the crazy Dyn attack - I figured discussing the Internet of Things and the security around them would be a great topic for the official launch of TriciaKicksSaaS! Woohoo! Thanks for stopping by. Those of … Continue reading Cyber Security Awareness is Your Seatbelt
Batman has always been my favorite superhero. If the car isn't enough, his dark brooding persona solidifies it. I think I pretty much nailed it in 2011. Just look at those glasses. The coolest thing about him is that he was just a regular guy with a sick cape. He wasn't an alien, he wasn't … Continue reading Batman, Batman, Where Art Thou?
"Museum Visitors Damage 800-Year-Old Coffin by Putting Child in It for Photo" "Oops! A Gallery Selfie-Gone Wrong Causes $200.000 in Damage" "Whoops! When Museum Visitors Get Touchy-Feely With the Exhibits and Unleash Mayhem" Yes, these are real articles in the New York Times. Yes, these are real things that are happening out there. TL;DR here … Continue reading The Art of Innovation Vs. Protection
We hear about security all the time: breaches are becoming the new Hollywood scandals. New articles are coming out every day about newer threats, how those threats can affect businesses, as well as people's individual lives. Companies are spending big money on information security, and rightfully so. But is losing your financial information actually the most … Continue reading Not Another Security Headline