A few stories that have a security twist before we cover the week in review:
Talk over an iPhone 4S security flaw regarding Siri working from the Lock screen has made the rounds the past few days, but this “security flaw” is not so much a flaw, but an indented feature from Apple. more here.
I discovered a vulnerability in Adobe Flash that allows any website to turn on your webcam and microphone without your knowledge or consent to spy on you.
It works in all versions of Adobe Flash that I tested. I’ve confirmed that it works in the Firefox and Safari for Mac browsers. Use one of those if you check out the live demo. There’s a weird CSS opacity bug in most other browsers (Chrome for Mac and most browsers on Windows/Linux). view more here.
As email, documents, and almost every aspect of our professional and personal lives moves onto the “cloud”—remote servers we rely on to store, guard, and make available all of our data whenever and from wherever we want them, all the time and into eternity—a brush with disaster reminds the author and his wife just how vulnerable those data can be. Read more on Hacked!
Now Week in Review
Simple answer to the question in the headline… You should be spending all your energy on creating immediate income (or delivering on existing income opportunities) Next, creating a unique position for your product or service in order to create demand in the market place Below I expand on how you would go about this. Are You a Business of One? Here’s Where to Focus Your Energy.
I think one of the hardest things for business owners or marketers to do is self analyze their work. That is stepping outside of the business and objectively measuring results. The thing is there is one surefire way to overcome this, you have to implement a regime of testing in your business. How to Overcome the Challenge of Self Analyzing Your Work.
That’s all for this week, see you on Monday!