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The romance of a better world through data is over. It's time to look deeper at who is using big data, how they're using it, and for the benefit of whom.
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
Security tips for application developers
IBM security pro Jack Danahy warns that some incomplete measures may be more dangerous than doing nothing about security threats. Here are his recommendations for real risk assessm...
In response to a troubling security report, Justin James shares what he's learned about securing applications after writing software for almost 20 years.
Tim Cook has already proved himself a safe pair of hands as Steve Jobs' successor at the Apple helm. But pointers are now emerging about his plans for taking the company forward.
How Hackable is Your Website? Achieving a secure hosting environment for confidential data starts with knowing the threats you face. Identifying vulnerabilities lets you attack th...
If you're a net admin who is always on the go and you use an Android phone, check out these five free mobile applications that Jack Wallen considers must haves.
What do you do when you need to install a port with a reported vulnerability on FreeBSD? Chad Perrin supplies you with the solution.
The prevalence of bugs in mainstream software is difficult to deny, but the reason for it is poorly understood and subject to debate.