I have been working with computer security for well over ten years now, I have worked with many security technologies but concentrated most of my time implementing, designing, upgrading, fine-tuning, administrating and supporting Siteminder and related technologies such as differnet LDAP's and Web servers systems.
Technology, writing and security.
The internet is a great historical tool that is currently being wasted. Everyday millions of historical data gets altered or deleted. That information should be perpetually preserved so that we don't lose historical facts of great significance like it happened so many times in our past. Imagine thousands of years from now being able to research precisely what went on today with complete with all sorts of information including news, videos, photos, etc... Basically each and everyday a snapshot of the internet as whole should be accurately recorded for preservation. Events logged on the internet is history in the making and needs to be preserved. To preserve our history new tools need to be developed and a consortium needs to be implemented mainly because it would be an undertaking of immense proportions with future benefits of even greater proportions.
What can we make this idea spread and take more definite shape.
Worrying about the future.
I came to the USA at the age of 19 years old with one dollar in my pocket. I learned English in the first 6 months. It wasn't long before I gave life on the big apple and moved to Boston, where I worked for companies like EMC2, Guardent, Netegrity, Delphi, Citrix etc... I learned basic at the age of 12 years old and by 13 I was teaching the night class while I learned the same material during the afternoon. Growing up in Brazil gave me an unique perpective of the world. I was blessed throughout my whole life since I was able to grasp new concepts and solutions without much effort. It is as though ideas just sprout in my mind and take predetermined shape, I honestly don't know where it comes from.
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