Your data needs to be backed up. The cyber war battle field is coming to your enterprise desktop. Your IT personnel need to be able to demonstrate the ability to instantly restore historical versions of your files from 5, 10, 15 minutes ago as well as 5, 10 15 hours ago, as well as 3 weeks ago, or even one year ago. Open Source Software allows this and more. And you need a system that protects your data from bit-rot – routinely checking through the filesystem to ensure that your have redundant copies of exactly what was recorded.
Next you need a remote backup location where changes are saved for disaster recovery purposes.
Discussing an article on how correlations are being made by online purchases, network tracking and coodies to identify Bitcoin users even when mixing services such as coinjoin are used. Suggests users use coins where security is built into the coin like Dash, zCash (and I add in CloakCoin).
I mention the shake-up in Bitcoin mining how the main line has reduced mining power considerably.
I discuss some important issues to securitization of bank loans. Mostly in the US TILA Regulation Z allows a customer to nullify the loan by rescinding it within 3 years of issue.
Second, when one breaks up a loan into many pieces, in order to foreclose one must bring owners of all the pieces into the courtroom. Biforcation is the term. And a good laywer working for the borrower can get the case thrown out.
This is a big technical development for me. My web site you are reading this on is now using automated SSL certificates provided freely by LetsEncrypt.org. I’ve been aiming at integrating these services for a long time and it’s a dream come true for me.