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Douglas Bonderud

Freelance Writer

A freelance writer for three years, Doug Bonderud is a Western Canadian with expertise in the fields of technology and innovation. In addition to working for the IBM Midsize Insider, The Content Standard and Proteomics programs for Skyword, Doug also writes for companies like Ephricon Web Marketing and sites such as MSDynamicsWorld. Clients are impressed with not only his command of language but the minimal need for editing necessary in his pieces. His ability to create readable, relatable articles from diverse Web content is second to none. He has also written a weekly column for TORWars, a videogaming website; posts about invention and design for InventorSpot.com and general knowledge articles for WiseGeek. From 2010-2012, Doug did copywriting for eCopywriters.com. Doug is currently a municipal police officer, on track to become a fantasy/sci-fi author.

Written By Douglas Bonderud

All Patched Up: Software Catches a Break Over Holiday Weekend

Lenovo, LinkedIn and Zen Cart addressed serious software flaws during the holiday weekend, but now users can rest assured that vulnerabilities are patched.

Encryption and the Internet of Things: Mission Impossible?

Researchers have again defeated the Algebraic Eraser, used to encrypt devices on the Internet of Things. Is security impossible on the IoT?

Mobile Devices: Handling the Holiday Rush

Your employees will likely return from the holidays with a host of new mobile devices. How do you protect your corporate network when this comes to pass?

Hooked: Phishing Scheme Reels in World Bank Site

A World Bank website became an accessory to a phishing attack, which wound up revoking the Bank's Extended Validation SSL certificate.

In the Bag? Secure Chip-and-PIN Card Adoption Still Slow in US

Organizations in the U.S. have been slow to adopt chip-and-PIN payment cards, leading nine state attorneys general to voice their support for the cause.

Buy-Buy Security? New POS Malware Looks to Cash In

Several types of point-of-sale malware are gaining steam ahead of the holiday season, getting ready to target shoppers and their personal information.

Old Voting Tech Puts 2016 Election at Risk — Time for a Veto?

Voting technology is going to be under a lot of pressure in less than a year. Are there enough security safeguards to protect these machines?

The Insider Threat: Government’s Real Cyber Worry?

Government agencies are understandably worried about external cyberthreats, but is the insider threat their biggest problem?

Pride and Privileges: IT Professionals Struggle With Credential Compromise

IT professionals are tasked with managing the varying levels of access employees have to corporate data, which is a tall task for any security pro.

SAP Vulnerabilities Shaking HANA’s Tree, Could Lead to Data Breach

A new set of SAP HANA vulnerabilities could put corporate data at risk of severe, remote attacks and possible data breach if left unpatched.