The Importance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Tech Industry

By James Wilson

From the development of cutting-edge innovations to the creation of new jobs, one can easily see that the tech industry plays a huge role in modern society. Despite the industry making huge strides in today’s world, it can sometimes fall short of reflecting the diversity of human experiences and backgrounds. The push for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace goes beyond fairness. For genuine team empowerment, this push is necessary to drive progress, ...

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Building a Strong Company Culture in a Remote Workforce

Here is another article from frequent contributor James Wilson on an issue that is important to me, Work from Home (WfH). Last week on Thursday Night Football (the season opener Chiefs vs. Lions), there was an automobile commercial about people returning to work in the old office location. It was a bit sad.  It showed every reason returning to the office is a very bad idea, with the negative impacts on family life, two or more hours a day wasted ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Dice’s salary report indicates it’s still a good time to work in tech

The average salaries for specialized tech professionals in the U.S. is over six figures, according to the new report.


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Book Review: Tracers in the Dark

Back on March 2, 2020 I wrote a review about Andy Greenberg’s book on cyberwar titled Sandworm.  I really enjoyed that book, even though the subject was quite sobering.  Greenberg recently released his latest book, Tracers in the Dark: The Global Hunt for the Crime Lords of Cryptocurrency.   For those of you who think that Bitcoin is a secure ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


ZuoRAT Hijacks SOHO Routers To Silently Stalk Networks

Executive Summary

The rapid shift to remote work in spring of 2020 presented a fresh opportunity for threat actors to subvert traditional defense-in-depth protections by targeting the weakest points of the new network perimeter — devices which are routinely purchased by consumers but rarely monitored or patched — small office/home ...

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