Easter Eggs – The Good, The Bad and The Fun

Some hidden surprises are great – like a heartfelt note left in your kid’s lunchbox on the day of her big science test. Or the forgotten, neatly folded $10 bill tucked inside your jacket pocket. These hidden bonuses are Easter eggs — not the kind that gets tye-dyed and rolled once a year, but the kind that leaves people hunting for more secret treats. How … Continue reading Easter Eggs – The Good, The Bad and The Fun

Is Cyber Security Worth a Spotlight at the Debates?

Attention any and all persons weighing 400 pounds or more — Donald Trump thinks you might be behind the breach at the Democratic National Committee. Nay, counters Clinton, it was definitely Russia (would have been our first guess, looking back at the vast majority of hacks over the last year). Well, continues The Donald, “The security aspect of cyber is very, very tough”. Ahh, so … Continue reading Is Cyber Security Worth a Spotlight at the Debates?

This One Goes Out to the Moms We Love!

Moms. Without them, well, none of us would be here. So today here at RCS, moms everywhere, we salute you. To all the moms, for all the clean clothes, prepared meals, and homework help, thank you. For all the cuts and wounds you kissed and made feel all better,  for all the deep meaningful conversations over steaming hot cocoa in the kitchen, for all the … Continue reading This One Goes Out to the Moms We Love!

Of Football, Phishing and Freeloaders – The Thanksgiving/Cyber Security Connection

Thanksgiving Day is almost here and with it comes memories of the scent of pumpkin pie wafting through the crisp fall air, football games in played in cable-knit sweaters and, of course, cyber security. Okay, maybe cyber security isn’t exactly the first thing that come to mind when you think of Thanksgiving but when you think about it, it actually makes sense. After all, so … Continue reading Of Football, Phishing and Freeloaders – The Thanksgiving/Cyber Security Connection