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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

Duped Digital Certificates: Major CAs Accused of Fueling Fraudsters

CAs aren't keeping up their end of the bargain: According to Netcraft, many have been issuing digital certificates to scam websites.

October’s Patch Tuesday: No Treats, Just Big Security Tricks

October's Patch Tuesday has come and gone. Here's what you should know about what was updated — and why you shouldn't delay downloading these fixes.

Out in the Rain: Malware-Makers Extradited in US-EU Umbrella Agreement

After four years, the US-EU Umbrella Agreement for cybersecurity is making progress. Soon, malware creators may have nowhere to hide.

New Remote-Access Trojan Skitters Through Security Undetected

A new remote-access Trojan (RAT) named Moker has been discovered by security researchers — and has skittered past every security measure used.

Health Care Technology: Time for a Second Opinion on Security?

Health care technology is rapidly evolving, but this fast pace and a lack of thorough security puts patient data at risk of loss or theft.

Nuclear Facilities Not Ready for Cyberattacks: What’s the Fallout?

According to a new Chatham House report, nuclear facilities aren't ready for cyberattacks. What's the possible fallout facing this industry?

Common Vulnerabilities: The Key to Better Cybersecurity?

A new report finds companies share common cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Can this common ground be used to enhance network security?

From the Grave: Adobe Exploit Rises Again

An Adobe Flash Player exploit has reappeared after it was thought to be mitigated in a recent patch. What's the risk for users of this popular program?

Bad Words: Curse of Macro Malware Makes a Comeback

Macro malware is making a comeback in the form of malicious email attachments. How do companies avoid the curse of bad Word docs?

Want a Better Windows Encrypt? Take a Pass on TrueCrypt

Looking for the best way to encrypt Windows drives? Take a pass on open-source TrueCrypt, which was recently found to have critical flaws.