At this year’s inaugural Usenix Enigma security conference in San Francisco, Rob Joyce explained how to keep top hackers like himself and others out of your system. Joyce is the head of NSA’s Tailored Access Operations. This is the government’s top hacking team. So naturally everyone was eager to hear what he had to say.
Interesting to note: the login credentials of your organization’s VIPs are not necessarily what hackers will try to access, instead – the NSA hunts sysadmins. So the credentials of network administrators and others with high levels of network access and privileges are who the intruders will prey on.
Read more tips from the NSA’s top hacker over at wired.
Already in the tech field, just starting out, or looking to switch gears? Here’s a helpful infographic with the highest paid tech salaries broken down by state.
Click to enlarge. If you’d like to read the full article, head over to fastcompany.
Bing became AOL’s internet search provided on January 1, 2016, and will power web search traffic for all devices for AOL in the UK, US, Canada, and Australia.
To see all the details, take a glance over at this blog post.
Contracts? Who needs contracts? We all do! Protect yourself people!
I can’t get enough of Freelance Freedom’s comics.
Shame on you Craigslist, Amazon, eBay, Google and Yahoo. Come on guys, you can help prevent this wildlife crime, so stop perpetuating it.
Millions of people are signing petitions to ban all ivory sales across the internet giants. No matter if it’s actually legal to buy or sell ivory imported before 1989 – this was when a ban on the international ivory trade was passed.
Read more here from the National Geographic’s special Investigations Unit.
101 Photoshop tips in only 5 minutes? Just watch and listen. It amazes me…
Shout out to Jerry King over at webdesignerdepot.com. I love his comics! Here’s one of my favs: