11 predictions for cyber security in 2015

Are you worried about security on the Internet? You should because a lot has happened this year, and it’s just the beginning according to experts. What about 2015? It’s tough to know what this landscape will look like in a year, but a lot of people are giving their best guesses. I found an interesting […]

What You Need to Know About Digital Ad Fraud

A new study mentioned in the The Wall Street Journal found that 11% of online display ads and 23% of video ads aren’t actually displayed to real people. It’s estimated that advertisers could lose more than $6 billion globally to ad fraud in 2015. Wow, I didn’t know. Did you?

How are they doing this? According to a HubSpot blog […]

Disclosed: How a Nation State Used Regin for Cyber Espionage

Yesterday I wrote the blog post “Wearable Tech: Improving Your Health or Killing Your Privacy?” based on a security report from Symantec. Little did I know that I would write a blog post on another security report from the same company today. The reason is: The world was flooded today with news on “Regin”, a sophisticated […]

Wearable Tech: Improving Your Health or Killing Your Privacy?

Your smartphone is already gathering a ton of information about you – everyday. Intentionally or not you are tracking yourself. But that’s nothing compared to what’s about to happen when you join the new wave of wearable technology for tracking even more aspects of your life. Probably also the most personal and sensitive part of you: […]

What is the Right Burn Rate at a Startup Company?

I’m running my startup Ensafer, and burn rate is an important issue. Then I stumbled upon a blog post from Mark Suster about what’s the right burn rate at a startup company. The answer is obviously that there is now right answer, as Suster writes. I found his post so interesting that I decided to […]

Positioning Your Startup is Vital. Here’s How.

I’m working with my startup Ensafer, and one of the important issues is to position the startup. But what is it, and why do we need to do it? Many people find it difficult to make a position statement, including me. Then I came over a good blog post at First Round Capital interviewing Arielle […]

How To Craft A Killer Startup Investor Pitch [Infographic]

I like infographics. A lot of people do. And I’ve written several posts on this blog containing this kind of visual content. Startups is also a huge interest of mine, and I have a lot of posts on this issue. An important part of running a startup is investor pitching. So why not combine these two […]

The Official Video of Apple Campus 2: The “Mothership” Has Landed

Apple has posted the official video of “Apple Campus 2″, which is their oddly-shaped UFO headquarters in Cupertino, California. The mothership, as the circular building is called, was designed with Stanford in mind. By this Apple is taking innovation to the office space with a construction that will house 13,000 employees. In the video late Steve […]

Infographic: A Brief History of Encryption at Google

Google is researching ways to make encryption easier to use in Gmail, according to a VentureBeat article a couple of days ago. This is a response to the Snowden revelations last year, and Google is working to make complex encryption tools like PGP easier to use in Gmail. That’s easier said than done. But Google […]

Påskekrim: Kjenner du dine digitale spor på Internett?

I uke 14 i det herrens år 2014 sendte NRK 2 sju meget gode og tankevekkende dokumentarer under vignetten “Tema: Dine digitale spor”. Det handlet ikke overraskende om de spor en etterlater seg på Internett samt andre konsekvenser av vår tids bruk av nettet – på godt og vondt. Men mest på vondt, noe som […]