What is Zero Trust?

Zero Trust is simply a concept, a model which states that you really should not be trusting anyone or any device just because they reside on your network or within your perimeter. All networks should be considered untrusted and hostile, …
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Preparing for GDPR: Data Mapping

One of my responsibilities at Accelerate Places is to ensure that the business (across all of its limited companies) is compliant with the changes to data protection law under GDPR. I’ve found a useful tool from the Isle of Man …
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Building the next generation network with Okta

Last week, I was asked by Okta to speak at Okta Forum London about our implementation of their Single Sign-On and Multifactor Authentication products. We had considered Okta when we first implemented identity management, at the beginning of reed.co.uk’s journey …
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A Multilingual WordPress Wedding

I’ve been building and hosting websites on and off for the last fifteen years, but, despite speaking French and German to degree level, it’s only recently that I’ve had to think about how to cater for non-English speakers. As is …
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Notes on Let’s Encrypt

I’ve been using SSL certificates from Let’s Encrypt for a while now and though there’s no direct integration between certbot and nginx, it was all relatively straightforward to configure. I’ve created a small nginx config file that can be included in …
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