[The State of IT Security] Word is getting out that Mac is getting its dose of viruses although the truth is they weren’t really all that safe in the first place, just safer by comparison. Security is never really a thing we leave to the manufacturers because if we did, it would be at our peril. New forms of viruses, trojans, malware and clickjacking storm the Web every day compromising servers and records, stealing sensitive data from customers and databases etc.
Wrapping a camera strap into a camera seems simple enough, but oftentimes you’ll end up with a bit of extra strap dangling around or it won’t feel too secure. On YouTube, ShotKit shows off his method for securing it cleanly.
A recent study conducted by Bit9 showed that one of the IT security professional’s biggest fears is none other than Anonymous. Surveying just over 1,800 IT security professionals worldwide, the study stumbled across a contradiction or two in what is considered more threatening. 61% believe that their organizations could suffer an attack by Anonymous, or other hacktivist groups.