Securing your digital home – part 3: keys and other secrets

In part 2 of this series we walked through the thought process around your digital ID. Once that’s established, you need to protect the keys and other secrets attached to this identity, such as passwords and cryptographic keys. In this blog post I will write about my own personal approach to this with some recommendations. Continue reading “Securing your digital home – part 3: keys and other secrets”

My fitness goals for this winter

This has been an incredible year so far. So much has been going on. My wife has been recovering from her surgery, international conferences, house renovation in Fitou, trips to Lanzarote, Paris and many weekends at other fun places. I’ve been happy to put my bike aside for a while. But heading into this winter I’m now motivated to reach some fitness goals again. If you want to know why I enjoy riding so much, checkout my very first post on this blog. Continue reading “My fitness goals for this winter”

So long DrupalCon Europe!

Last week I attended DrupalCon Vienna. And I must say, it’s been one of the better and most positive DrupalCons in a long time. The past 12-18 months have been really tough on the community. There’s been a lot of fatigue, doubt and uncertainty in Drupal 8 as a product, as well as other issues in the community. But I really think we’ve come out of this period stronger than ever! Continue reading “So long DrupalCon Europe!”

Should developers be responsible for potentially harmful software?

With the recent news concerning the arrest of Marcus Hutchins — the security researchers who stopped the biggest-ever ransomware attack — I’ve been thinking (more than usual) about the ethics of software development. But before we go into that, who’s Marcus Hutchins and what did he really do? Continue reading “Should developers be responsible for potentially harmful software?”

Securing your digital home – part 1: overview

Your own digital privacy and security is incredibly important these days. So many aspects of our day-to-day life rely on digital services. I don’t think you would ever leave the door unlocked to your home while you’re away, leave you bedroom window blinds open while you’re sleeping or broadcast your private conversations over speakers on the street outside. Nevertheless, this is metaphorically what’s happening to most people’s digital homes when appropriate care is not taken. In this blog post series we will cover things you can do to better protect your digital home. Continue reading “Securing your digital home – part 1: overview”