Category Archives: Data Security


#passwordMonth at Pope Tech

Everyone has passwords, dozens or most likely even over a hundred passwords. Good passwords are complex and have rules, but if followed what human can remember all of them?  This makes passwords frustrating so many people leave themselves vulnerable. At Pope Tech we have seen many clients lose time, money, and reputation by not having […]

Tech Fights: DIY vs. Managed Websites

We pit 2 tech opponents against each other, Techo a Techo. No file is left unindexed. Tech Fights: DIY vs. Managed Websites compares the Security, Price, Agility, Design, SEO, Accessibility, User Experience, and Time Commitment for Do it Yourself websites and Managed Websites. Definition A DIY or Do It Yourself website is where you find […]

Always HTTPS

Always HTTPS is the idea that we should make all websites HTTPS, we should encrypt all data. All sites? What if it is just my blog about my cat? or just my business site with no login? does it matter? Always HTTPS says yes, it always matters.   Understanding the value of HTTPS In order […]

How to get Hacked – Part 1

How to get Hacked Part 1 provides a novice user a road map of a structured and instructive outline on how to get hacked quickly and efficiently. Don’t update or patch your computer, router, car or baby monitor. Known days are better than 0days $10 routers seem like a reasonable business price for your perimeter […]

Data Security – 0days

We have been getting  a lot of questions about 0days via Hacking Teams breach and what it all means. We will attempt to answer a few of them, define some terms, and make some recommendations. Patch management is critical to operating any business in 2015. Someone internal or external must be patching your systems at […]