Paul & Tim made more changes to the site. These should improve performance and security.
- PVCSec.com leverages a Content Delivery Network (CDN), improving site performance and availability
- A certain plugin that often breaks the site will no longer auto update
- PVCSec.com now enjoys a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate – check it out at https://www.pvcsec.com
- Our site monitoring includes a third-party service to help notify the PVC Security team of outages faster
- PVCSec.com now supports the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project protocol
- Removed all FeedBurner references for our RSS feeds
- Fixed our social media plugins for automatic updates
- A bunch of additional cleanup and maintenance
Still to come is finishing our move to LibSyn for hosting the podcast files. We hope to complete it over the next week or so.
We still have a way to go. Please let us know in the comments, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on twitter @pvcsec about comments, compliments, or issues with the site.
Why you should bring passion to your work instead of trying to follow it. And Ed’s back to talk about Tactical Edge!
Continue reading PVCSEC 56: Bring passion to your work, don’t follow it
Our current podcast hosting … well … sucks.
We’re fixing it.
PVCSec signed up with LibSyn for our podcast hosting. Over the next several weeks we will move our shows to the new source, old and new. In theory, you, Dear Friend & the Listener, will experience no disruption. The old links will still work, maybe.
If you experience issues, let PVCSec know. Email comments at PVCSEC dot com.
If you love the change, let PVCSec know. Email comments at PVCSEC dot com.
If you’re middling about it, let PVCSec know. Email comments at PVCSEC dot com.
Please send negative comments without context to one of the US Presidential candidates’ social media. Thanks, Jordan Jesse Go for the idea!
Stay tuned for updates.
The Security Culture Framework and the Security Culture Conference June 14-15, 2016 in Oslo, Norway.
Continue reading PVCSEC 54: Security Culture Framework and Conference
The five most devastating data breaches of 2015, the power of a new start, ten commandments to make you better at predicting the future, sending more effective emails, and, of course, Tactical Edge.
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