Posts Tagged ‘security’

The underlying presumption of the Clinton email scandal is that the Secretary of State, who had a secure government server guarded by the full resources of the federal government, nonetheless chose to use a unsecured private email server in her home. In doing so, she breached security and put the nation at risk.

Hillary Clinton Benghazi Hearing

That presumption is wrong. The truth is that a government server is not necessarily more secure—and possibly less so—than a private email server, especially one that’s located in a home guarded by the Secret Service. In fact, government servers are breached on a fairly regular basis. To understand why, it’s helpful to know how hackers actually invade computer systems.

Source: The Technology Behind Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandal, Explained | Digital Tonto

My Vassar College Faculty ID Makes Everything OK.


In this day and age: My Vassar College Faculty ID Makes Everything OK by Kiese Laymon

Being “college and career ready” gets kind of ironic…