Today I added a page under the Computer Security section called “Certifications”. It provides a brief overview and links for the major information security certification programs.
Some updates have been made to the Computer Security section of the website. Additional resources have been added and some reorganization has been performed.
It is hard to avoid and I can’t stop thinking about it, so I have started working on an article about what is currently going on with encryption and privacy. Not sure when I will have it done. Unlike a lot of the conversation going on right now, I want it to be accurate and come from factual information.
It was hard to find time, but I finally knocked out the move from the shared host I was running on over to Amazon EC2. I had some concerns with how my previous host was handling passwords, so I wanted to move to something I have more control over. The site does appear to run much faster and the monthly costs aren’t any more. Now I can get back to generating more content.
Right now I am working on getting out a Linux Crash Course page and a post on virtualization. Stay tuned.
More updates today. The site’s layout has been tweaked and more sections have been added. Check out the new content regarding Open Source Firewalls, which are worth looking into if you want a serious firewall and don’t have the cash for a big name vendor. A great option for the home or SMB network.
Today I started work on the Gadgets page with some information and useful links for the Raspberry Pi mini computer.
I’m starting to get the basic site layout finished up and will start generating content shortly.
This site is a work in-progress. The idea is to provide informational posts on security and tech related topics. I also plan to provide links and other information useful to anybody interested in security, open source and general tech.