Welcome to BlogNotions' IT Security Blog

The BlogNotions IT Security Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the security industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest technology and software, best practices for safeguarding data, recommendations for choosing various solutions, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Leadership Course Experience: What to Expect

I know leaders are busy. Faced with the opportunity to engage in a course to improve your leadership and communication creates a natural reaction: “I know I need to take that training, but I just don’t have time. I’m too busy.” Leaders that invest in themselves set the standard for the people around them. But […]

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Get started with the Straight Talk Framework

The Straight Talk Framework brings people together to knock down barriers and build connections. Take out the friction getting in the way of success to get results. It offers clarity of focus, priority of action, and confidence in the best next step. Straight Talk – as a concept – is plain and simple language. Nothing fancy. Take […]

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IT Security Blog. Mitigating Risks. Enabling Business Strategies. W. Mark Brooks

If you’re responsible for protecting your company’s Intellectual Property or Trade Secrets from Cyberattacks, you can improve your Information Security Program by understanding some of the key Strategic givens I’ve found at my Fortune 500 clients on Nation-State Adversaries. I assist companies and organizations that are dealing with known compromises or companies that suspect they […]

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How to Supercharge Your Content Marketing Strategy with RSS

Content Marketing is one of those ever-changing fields of study that is constantly evolving with the demands of the masses. Historically speaking, the very first form of mass content dispersal was made possible with the printing press. Large, human operated mechanical machines printed the very first ‘copy’. Today, reaching out to a nation is reduced […]

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How Does Our Site Load This Fast?

Have you noticed how fast this site loads? Here’s a speed test I just ran: Go ahead and test it out, here are a few site speed testing services you can try: Pingdom Tools GTMetrix WebPageTest So what’s the secret sauce? Well it’s none other than SiteGround’s GoGeek hosting package. If you’ve been involved in […]

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Introducing the free Feed Creator Service

The Feed Creator is a tool that you can use to create RSS feeds from webpages that do not provide their own feed. Couple this with WP RSS Aggregator and you will be able to import content from virtually any page on the web! Best of all it’s easy to use! All you need is […]

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RSS and Duplicate Content – What You Need to Know

Really Simple Syndication, or as we call it – RSS, is one of the easiest methods of distributing and curating tons of content, across the Internet. From the reader’s perspective it’s a matter of adding the feed URL to the RSS reader and that’s it. For the publisher who’s using a Content Management System (CMS) […]

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RSS is Not Dead – Why RSS is Here to Stay

RSS as we all know is one of the oldest and most powerful weapons of mass content distribution for publishers and mass content consumption for readers. Launched back in 1999, RSS has seen a tremendous rise in the past decade. Since the dawn of social media and the boom of email marketing, RSS has been […]

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Down the Rabbithole Security Newscast: Heartbleed, hackers, passwords, and more

Listen to the latest episode of the Down the Rabbithole (DtR) Security Newscast with Raf Los (@Wh1t3Rabbit)  and James Jardine (@JardineSoftware). We record the DtR Newscast every other Monday to engage in spirited discussion about security topics in the news. More than a run-down of the news, it’s our unfiltered (but safe for work) discussion of top […]

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