5 Thoughts – The Ashley Madison Hack


As most of you know by now, Ashley Madison (“Ashley Madison is the most famous name in infidelity and married dating.” quote from their site) was hacked last month and much of the data the hackers stole was… Read More

The Sky’s NOT Falling – A Missed Opportunity


I read Use of File-Sharing Service Leads to $218,400 Fine for HIPAA Violation this morning (2015-07-17); it set me off. I have no issue with the facts as reported in the article; what I do have issue with… Read More

Box Announces Enterprise Key Management


On February 10, 2015 Box announced the beta release of Enterprise Key Management (EKM). Put simply, EKM addresses cloud security concerns by giving customers control over the encryption keys used to access content stored on Box. It’s add-on functionality,… Read More

Cloudy With a Chance of Success – the Update


I originally posted this back in November 2011. A lot has changed since then, but there’s also a lot that hasn’t. One of the biggest things that’s changed is that Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) has gained… Read More

Internet of Intimate Things


Last week I read this news story about vaginal rejuvenation surgery very closely (time wise) after seeing some Twitter items about the Internet of Things. I’m one of these people that draws mental connections between things, but I… Read More

My Reaction – Laptop Stolen – 620K Patient Records Compromised


Last week a story was reported in the news about a stolen laptop. The laptop contained patient information for more than 620,000 Albertans. This is my response to the situation. It’s far less ranty than what was in… Read More

Block Porn? Don’t Bother


After reading about Conservative MP Joy Smith’s pornography filter idea on the CTV News site, I decided to respond to her and David Cameron (he’s the British PM, you know). You can read about Smith’s plan here. You… Read More

Supreme Court of Canada Gets Privacy Call Right: Let’s Keep Going


Please note, I am not a lawyer, nor have I played one on TV (though I really liked Boston Legal). I’m also not a privacy expert, but I really value mine. Like, really value it. I mean it…. Read More

BYOD – Run What Ya Brung


This was originally posted on the AIIM Community on 2012-05-30. In the interests of full disclosure; I use a corporately issued laptop, a self-provisioned smartphone (employer pays service), a self-provisioned tablet, and a personal laptop. My tablet, while… Read More

Cloudy with a Chance of Success


This was originally posted on the AIIM Community on November 18, 2011. This post was inspired by this article on CMSWire by @billycripe and by the Cloud themed tweet jam hosted by CMSWire on November 17, 2011. As… Read More