WyzGuys Reaches a Milestone – 1000 Posts

Last Friday’s post was a milestone that we have been anticipating for a while.  We have written and published a thousand articles!  We started this web log on October 26, 2006, and have been writing for over a decade.

We got off to a slow start, and it took us a while to find our voice, and to specialize in cybersecurity.  In the beginning, we were a general computer technology blog.  And we occasionally reviewed rock concerts and delved into politics.

But in 2007 we began to write more article about cybersecurity.  We went from publishing once or twice a month to once a week.  Currently we are posting 3 cybersecurity articles a week, plus our Sunday Funnies off-topic post.

We still delve into politics, infrequently, but mostly when politics intersects with cybersecurity.  Gratefully, it is not that often.

Hopefully you have enjoyed some of our articles.  Looks like its time to gather the best together and write that book!


About the Author:

Cybersecurity guru to business owners in the St Paul, Minneapolis, and western Wisconsin area. Computer security and hacking have been a passion of mine since I entered the computer and networking business in 2000. In 2013 I completed a course of study and certification exam to become a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). In 2016 I was certified as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). As Cybersecurity Analyst at The WyzCo Group, I help our clients experience high levels of computer security, network security, and web site security. In addition to consulting on security products and services, we also conduct security audits, vulnerability assessments and full penetration tests. We also provide Cybersecurity Awareness Training for clients and their employees. We also work with companies and organizations that need to certify compliance with regulations such as PCI-DSS (credit card processing), HIPAA/HITECH (medical records), and GLBA. The views expressed on this Web site are mine alone and do not necessarily represent the views of my employer.

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