Posts Tagged: flash

Three Lessons Learned from Colossal Government Data Breach

Does the name Bradley Manning mean anything to you? If you’re a government organization, the name is synonymous with “colossal data breach” – as Manning spearheaded the biggest leak of classified information in our nation’s history. To briefly recap, Manning, a U.S. Army soldier, single handedly accessed more than 900,000 intelligence documents, including daily war… Read more »

Budget Hero 2.0 (Get Your Game on and Save the Republic!)

Many news agencies are reporting that everyone’s favorite flashbased game has recently been upgraded and just in time. Budget Hero 2.0 is now live! (Budget Hero 2.0) Back in 2008 the first version of Budget Hero hit the interwebs as a device to help educate individuals on just how complicated our Nation’s budget is. The… Read more »

Security of Multi-Factor Authentication by Larry Hamid

Since user authentication is the front line of security, the stronger it is the better. In this article I want to discuss multi-factor authentication and why it is stronger than just a single factor. Proving your identity involves using one or more of three possible factors: • Knowledge (passwords, PINs, etc.)• Possession (driver’s license, token,… Read more »

Flash and the iPhone?

Cross posted from JustAGovy So here’s a completely random thought. I happening to catch an article about the new message Adobe presents on it’s site when you visit it from an iPhone. Yes, seems Adobe is a bit ticked off at Apple…still. But what if there’s a good reason Apple isn’t moving on the addition… Read more »