Everything is marketing these days, more than ever before the old saying rings true.
"You are not the customer, you are the content."
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I would like to echo what the above poster said. The field of security is soooo large, to find someone that knows everything off the top of their head is asking quite alot. Granted there are those out there that can give you the exact rundown of how everything from PKI to Cryptokey works...
But, they're rare and you're going to have to search for a long time to find them and then once you do you'll probably need to pay a premium for them. On top of that you'll need to make sure you give them enough of a challenge every day so they can maintain that level of knowledge. As we all know, if you don't use it, you forget it. I happen to work in the field you're describing and I know I've forgotten enough to fill the Grand Canyon a couple times over.
That being said, encrypting an email is pretty general information, any architect in IS should probably know that.
You may want to look into getting a dog. They're more reliable than a 2 year old with a panic button. I get what you're thinking and it's good that you want to watch out for your family, but, I think a proactive approach may be wiser here.
I read about these guys, it may be something you want to look into. These dogs have the ability to detect a seizure is coming before it happens.
I did, but, I guess I didn't feel that I needed to lay everything out.
The technical prowess of the crowd that contributes to this site is far above most other sites. The site looks like it was made with Wordpress, this is
It's about time we got some reconnaisance on this place, I remember many years ago stories of people fighting the most hellish of beasts here!
Why do I never have moderator points when I need them! Well said... and in regards to the investment reply. I understand what you're saying, but, the greatest investment a country can make is an investment that raises the standards of human life.
If they can reduce the fraud which will in turn allow them to place that money into much needed hands or re-appropriate that money into making lives better... Well, I don't think it matters how many people it actually gets off of welfare, it's stitching the gash vs. cleaning the scrape.
Nothing in progression can rest on its original plan. We may as well think of rocking a grown man in the cradle of an infant. -- Edmund Burke