Planning digital death

Planning digital death I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what needs to happen with my various digital assets when I die. Specifically: how to ensure the people who need access (ie, wife, kids, will executor) can get it, while also preventing single points of failure and unauthorized access while I’m alive. I don’t want to have a list of passwords written down somewhere, but my wife -bless her- is also not going to have a clue how to use a one-time password + one-time 2FA to get into my…

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The US FCC funds a program offering free phones to low-income people. The Android phones come pre-loaded with Chinese malware… that you can’t remove.

The US FCC funds a program offering free phones to low-income people. The Android phones come pre-loaded with Chinese malware… that you can’t remove. submitted by /u/cameronj to r/cybersecurity [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Master in Cyber#Security worth it?

Master in Cybersecurity worth it? I currently work as a devops engineer, i have a bachelor in computer science and a master in information system, also have quite a bit of sysadmin, network, cloud and devops certifications, a opportunity to move “up” (higher salary) within my company opened up as a enterprise security engineer, i ended up taking it, now i want to get some certs on the field like cissp, but what to do after cissp?? The question is should i get a master in cybersecurity from Georgia tech?…

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