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Popular Android browsers open to hackers - SC Magazine - http://t.co/hWLbxLNtwm
Security Testing Is the Cheapest Way to Save a Billion Dollars - http://t.co/o0f53liFP9
Secure Web App Development, Secure Perimeter - http://t.co/ZSRnx01GaX
How to Beef Up Vulnerability Disclosure and Breach Response - http://t.co/OXiha4Pv5Z
Dyre Trojan Uses Semi-Random File Names to Evade Detection | http://t.co/jVUWQBBvAP
Breaking Down HIPAA, PCI DSS and Third-Party Risk Management - http://t.co/QohDgbW5KE
Cyberespionage: The Most Dangerous Cyberthreat - http://t.co/pMd5gNacmD
Netflix Is Dumping Anti-Virus, Presages Death Of An Industry - Forbes - http://t.co/HTw4RApH8O
Dyre Trojan Uses Semi-Random File Names to Evade Detection - http://t.co/1dFFV7dWiA
A Secure Application Layer Can Prevent Disaster - http://t.co/DGOyELxlH5
SOS: Security Remediation and the Future of Training - http://t.co/LkFiIFosLs
RT @jlavepoze: "It's easy to say this is a horrible processes and we need to fix it. temptation is to redesign. Should take incremental ste…
RT @jlavepoze: "developing faster can create lower quality code, unless there is continuous assessment process. Sec has to fit into that mo…
RT @jlavepoze: "At the end of the day, CISOs have the last word on nothing. Our job is to advise on how to do some thing as safely as possi…
AshleyMadison: $500K Bounty for Hackers — Krebs on Security - http://t.co/sg585mJXJr
RT @jlavepoze: "#1 skill board experts from a CISO is still technical skills. But also expect them to understand the biz and have comm skil…
RT @jlavepoze: "boards want to hear you have a strategy, and understand when everything goes south, you have a team who is prepared to resp…
Ashley Madison data dump reveals emails, source code for websites | Computerworld - http://t.co/x2lv0rZ34F