Month: January 2020
I don’t run ads, I don’t serve malware
Over on my corporate blog I did a post with more details. But, recently I updated this site’s Content-Security-Policy rules. I enabled reporting of errors (expecting none). To my surprise and chagrin, there were some reports. How? The site that was being blocked rasenalong<dot>com. Huh? Not mine, not my content, I don’t use CDN, I […]
Next Waterloo Technology Chautauqua is nigh: who wants to learn about web app/api/site security?
I thought I would share some of the hands-on how-to and learning of hardening some web sites and applications. I posted a bit about this here (and in vid @ bottom). If you are interested in sharing learning on assessing a web app/api/site for security. How to harden it, showing some of the tools, come on […]
ASSESS WEB SECURITY SIMPLY. YOU. YES YOU.
Over on my company blog I’ve posted a video and some info on how you can very simply assess the security of a website you might use. I encourage you to give it a try, pick your bank, get the score, post below, convince a friend to do the same. I’ve posted my bank (RBC […]
Project lightboard: suggest some topics
Over on my company YouTube channel i’ve done a few videos now, trying out the settings and so on. The topics are all going to be Cloud Native, Kubernetes, Cyber Security, Zero-Trust, etc. Now that I kind of have the hang of it, I’m soliciting topics that you think would be interesting to explore. Feel […]
CIRA Community Investment Program grant applications open
Know a not-for-profit, charity, or academic who has an idea to build a resilient, trusted and secure internet for all Canadians? Do they need a bit of money to make that idea sing? Perhaps they want to consider applying for a CIRA community investment program grant. How you ask? Head on over to https://cira.ca/improving-canadas-internet/grants and […]