Discussion in 'Technical' started by sec_monkey, Apr 10, 2015.
Lost in the clouds: 7 examples of compromised personal information | CSO Online
I prefer my clouds up in the sky, not on my phone or in my house.
I'm very selective as to who gets what information. Nobody gets "The whole story".
Passwords get changed, Red herrings get dropped. At times I could disappear for months or years.
That last part's getting harder but is still possible if one knows how.
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it makes me wish I had a name like Jane Smith...much easier to get lost in a cloud er crowd....
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My favorite of the 7 is create multiple identities... something else to manage
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No way I will get lost in the clouds since I avoid it like the plague.
Businesses really like clouds and most that I know use them. I personally do not use clouds. If your information is just floating out there, how can you ever really know if it is safe?
I think my information is trying to escape the cloud!! I need a giant butterfly net !!!!
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