Thought I’d share what I posted as my out-of-office message for the next couple of days:Whoopsie.I will be offline from this afternoon through Wednesday evening (16-April 2014), and will not be checking email or phone messages until Thursday April 17th. Wishing all who observe a happy and meaningful Passover.
“Heartbleed” security exploit of OpenSSL causing heartache for millions of internet users:
Heartbleed, so called because it creates a ‘bleeding’ leak of security, is a flaw in OpenSSL, the software used by the majority of websites to keep data secure.
The programme works by encrypting data – such as emails, instant messages, bank details or passwords – making it look like nonsense to hackers.
The featured slide hits it out of the park; it may have been written about education, but it applies just as well to a successful environment on the job.
Originally posted on Principal Reflections:
A slide straight from Will Richardson’s NHASCD workshop on April 4, 2014
The ease of rhyme in Will Richardson’s workshop title (old to bold) doesn’t diminish the difficulty of Will’s…