|on 03 Jan 2020 Posted by Administrator Category: Security News|
I bet you haven't changed your Password since "Last Year." Probably a safe bet given December of 2019 was only a few days ago.
So start the year with New Passwords and Security Practices. This article reviews passwords and basic security practices for an individual at work, home, and around town.
The main problem with most passwords is they are too short. The second biggest problem is people keep the same passwords too long. Both these issues are easy to solve. A password should be more than 10 digits and contain several special characters in it along with some numbers.
Change Passwords? How Often?
How often you change your passwords is a combination of personal preference and risk. For example, if you work in a bank, financial institution, corporation, or government entity you have a high risk and should change your passwords often. Your organization may have a recommended maximum time length to keep passwords, check and see to make sure you are in compliance. For high risk occupations you should change your password Monthly.
These are general guidelines based on best practices for individuals, small businesses, government, and corporations and may be subject to change. Stay alert and keep your data safe! :)
"Chico" is ready for On-Site Demo's in Offices and Homes. "Chico" can replace your Rack Servers, Routers, and Security Devices.on 10 Nov 2019 Posted by Administrator Category: Security News
"Chico" is READY for demonstration in your Office! "Chico" is our 8 computer cluster that can replace an entire rack of Computer Servers.
Here are some of the top features:
Another benefit - "No down time for server upgrades." The old servers and network can run concurrently with Chico until the old is no longer needed and turned off.
The Icing on the Cake? All the software is Raspberian, or other free versions of Linux. No expensive Microsoft Software or Server Licenses to purchase!!
Thanks, Todd W. Byars, Inventor and Design Team Leader
|on 01 Oct 2019 Posted by Administrator Category: Security News|
Today we invented a new "Mail-able" Computer that tracks itself as its being transported, measures radio channels, temperature, pressure, motion, speed and "calls home" when it finds an open network.
Sorry, it is proprietary technology and not for sale at this time, but maybe soon. - Todd ;)