Cybersecurity Policy-Making at the Local Government Level: An Analysis of Threats, Preparedness, and Bureaucratic Roadblocks to Success - Iceweasel 1Department of Government and International Affairs, University of South Florida, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, SOC 107, Tampa, FL 33620, USA 2University of South Florida, Tampa, FL 33620, USA Corresponding author: Kiki Caruson, Department of Government and International Affairs, University of South Florida, 4202 East Fowler Avenue, SOC 107, Tampa, FL 33620, USA Citation Information: . Cybersecurity is a serious and complex problem that is escalating at all levels, yet little research has examined the issue at the local government level. Annapolis &amp; Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau
The world's most powerful passports How I Afford Travel | TRAVEL. PAINT. REPEAT. Badass trips on a not-so-badass budget. Many travel blogs are written by people who’ve sold all their possessions and have taken a huge plunge into the world of long-term travel. This can sound expensive at first, but when you consider that you don’t have rent or a car payment in this lifestyle (or much room to carry any possessions), it can actually be very cheap to live this way, provided you can work a little along the way, or do some kind of virtual freelancing or contract work. I’m not one of those people. I do have rent to pay, and a car payment, and bills, and the trappings of a fairly typical middle class young urban professional life. I also don’t have a ton of free income to spend on travel. When people find out how much I travel, some imagine I must have a lot of spare income or be a trust fund baby. Here’s how I do it: 1. The trick is knowing which cards to open. Unconventional Guides: Frequent Flyer Master by Chris Guillebeau. 2. Airbnb.com I am a huge fan of this service. 3.
Global Public Square - CNN.com Blogs - Iceweasel Park City Shuttle has Park City transportation services to and from Deer Valley, The Canyons, S How to Create a Custom Google Maps Itinerary & Use it Offline!! No matter how hard I try, I’m just not a natural with directions. I so admire those of you with a sixth sense about knowing where something is. And ever since Google maps came into my life, it seems as though my sense of direction has completely left my brain. I’m so reliant on GPS that I decided to do a little research to find out if there is a way to use Google maps when traveling abroad without a phone signal. And by golly, I think I found a FREE way to do it!:) The first part of this post is a tutorial on how to create a custom Google map/itinerary. I hope I don’t bore you too much today, but this is definitely something you can bookmark to come back to when you’re planning your future trips! Let’s get started, shall we?! Creating a Google Maps Itinerary Step 1 On your computer (not your phone), go to google.com/mymaps and select “create a new map.” Step 2 Type your destination in the search box. Step 3 I like to enter my home base first, usually my hotel or work location. Step 4 Step 5 Step 6
The Best Way to Pack a Suitcase - Real Simple Photo by Alison Gootee Your Clothes Step 1: Gather all the garments you anticipate needing. Then put half of them back. Select clothes in the same color family, packing more tops than bottoms. Your Shoes Step 1: Follow the rules of three. Your Beauty Products Step 1: Opt for travel-size multitaskers. Your Jewelry Stow inexpensive pieces in a seven day plastic pillbox. Your Breakables Wrap fragile items in sturdy clothing. Your Dirty Laundry Shrink it.
Podcast - Iceweasel Welcome to the social-engineer.org podcast! The second Monday of each month we will be releasing a new and exciting episode, each with its own specific topic of the month. Episode 039 – Information Gathering on Steroids – Nov 12, 2012 Episode 038 – “Live From DerbyCon” – Oct 15, 2012 Episode 037 – “Trust Me I’m Lying” An Interview with Ryan Holiday – Sept 10, 2012 Episode 036 – LIVE from Defcon 20: Social-Engineer Anniversary – July 31, 2012 Episode 035 – Mastering Elicitation with John Nolan – June 11, 2012 Episode 034 – Beating the Polygraph – Social Engineer Style – May 14, 2012 Episode 033 – Hacking Human Behavior – April 09, 2012 Episode 032 – Non-Verbal Human Hacking – Mar 12 2012 Episode 031 – Profiling People with Social Media – Feb 13, 2012 Episode 030 – How to S.E. Episode 029 – Force Multipliers in Modern Social Engineering – Dec 12, 2011 Episode 028 – Getting Physical With Social Engineering – Nov 14, 2011 Episode 027 – No Hype NLP for Social Engineers – Oct 10, 2011
Mid-Atlantic Romantic Getaway and Bed & Breakfast Lodging What are the best websites to map my itinerary and route for a trip? - Quora InfoSec Daily | Your daily source of Pwnage, Policy and Politics. - Iceweasel Lower Manhattan Walking Tour The reason for this email is to sing the praises of our wonderful tour guide Marty Apter. It was such a delight to listen to his knowledge and sense of humor while on the tour. He was go gracious and we left feeling as though we had made a friend in NYC. I'd just like to say what an AMAZING tour guide you have in Jonathon. I wanted to give you some feedback on one of your tour guides - Jared. I am so sorry is has taken so long to send this e-mail. BONJOUR NEW-YORK Despite the weather, I was happy to receive so much by Monsieur Martin Apter-it was funny and very interesting. If you would like to book a really well-done walking tour of Lower Manhattan, which includes the Ground Zero site, we highly recommend NYCVP.com's Ground Zero Tour. I wanted to write to you to tell you how much I enjoyed your walking tour of Lower Manhattan. I just wanted to tell you that we truly enjoyed having Tony as our guide. Hi folks, I enjoyed every moment. Grateful to be an American, thanks, Larry O Hi there!
10 Things to Do When You Get Home from a Trip Traveling often seems like a series of to-do lists, from the pre-trip planning process (book flight and hotel, call credit card company, stop the mail, pack) to selecting the activities you want to experience once you arrive in your destination. But what about after you get home? Some of us do nothing but slump exhaustedly on the couch for a day or two after a trip, while others leap immediately back into their daily life as though their trip never even happened. While this is good advice for anyone at any time, it's particularly germane to travelers. Within a day or two of getting home, go online and check your credit card and bank statements for things like double charges, missing refund credits or spending that you didn't authorize. Many travelers add an international calling, texting and/or data package to their usual plan so that they can use their cell phones affordably during a trip overseas. Why You Can't Always Trust Map Apps Seven Smart Reasons to Join a Hotel Rewards Program