In July this year the House of Lords reported on personal internet security. I read the report and was impressed. I don’t agree with all of it, but I found it well-researched and mostly sensible. You can download it here [PDF]; I recommend it if you’ve not yet read the actual document.
- Government security advice is misguided; switching browsers will not make you safe
- LiveStation uses peer-to-peer, Silverlight for live TV
- Internet security hangs on a DNS thread, as hacks of The Register, Telegraph, Acer sites demonstrates
- Don’t just blame users for woeful security online
- A quiet revolution in UK government IT: open source ousting big-vendor lock-in