Yearly Archives: 2015

How do we remove fear from the refugee equation?

I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the constructive and respectful dialogue online over the last day or so pertaining to refugee policy. Despite the anti-foreigner rhetoric over the last few days, there has been some clarification of views and some middle

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(In)tolerant – which do you want to be?

It’s been a while since I have written about religion, politics and world conflict. For a while, I felt like I had nothing new to say or that I was wasting my breath saying things that were unpopular in a

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Sector 2015: Stealth Attack from the Produce Aisle

It’s official: Keith Benedict (@mehtryx) and I will be presenting at Sector 2015 in Toronto. Our topic is called “Stealth Attack from the Produce Aisle”. Here’s a summary of what to expect: The proliferation of devices like the Raspberry Pi,

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SC Congress 2015 – update on VIP ticket draw

Folks, SC Congress is three weeks away. There are plenty of great sessions planned, a large selection of leading IT security vendors to talk to and a lot of infosec professionals to meet and socialize with. Last week, I posted an offer that was too

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SC Congress 2015 – free passes, VIP ticket draw and more!

Folks, SC Congress is coming up fast. There’s only a month left to get your ticket. And, I’m here to help make it easy. The team at SC Magazine have given me a unique opportunity to pass on to you: free

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