Posts Tagged ‘Security’
Awesome time at ISSA Puerto Rico Security Conference
I have been a member of the ISSA Puerto Rico chapter since it was a created a few years ago. I am not an active member but I have gone to all 4 ISSA Annual Conference in San Juan and I have to say that they all have gotten better with time. This year I…Read More
TMI (Too Much Information) Being Shared in Social Media
This is post 2 on the Online Privacy Please! series I am writing to share with you my thoughts on issues of online privacy! On many occasions I see TMI (Too Much Information) being shared in Social Media without people understanding the repercussions it could have by having vast data shared everywhere as part of…Read More
Is a Debit Card an Authorized Id for Travel?
Some pretty good discussions have popped up on my previous post LAX TSA Supervisor Says I need a US Passport To Travel To Puerto Rico. I have not done some research at in no moment have I found that a Debit card is a valid form of identification to use for travel. When the TSA Agent…Read More
Make the Police Fight Crime not Students!!!
A Few months ago I wrote about Police Brutality when protestors where protesting pacifically at the Puerto Rico Capitol (“Coup de Etat” by Our President of the Senate , Mad Cow Disease Epidemic in Puerto Rico & Sad Day for Our Island – Puerto Rico). Police brutality here in Puerto Rico has been something more common…Read More
To Carry or Not to Carry a Weapon?
I remember I was never a big fan of carrying a weapon although in the previous picture you might see the opposite. I remember even when I went to Basic Training I remember making joking with my Drill Sergeant on how I joined the Military to be a peacekeeper and I would not touch a…Read More