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The Smart Car Trend (Part 1): A New Era?

Some recent keywords that have garnered attention in the IT industry…
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7 Ways to Expose Your Website to Hackers

So you want to serve up your website for any hacker to break…
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Why Hack Pokemon Go? The Saga Continues...

When Pokemon Go launched a few weeks ago, I thought back to…
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DDoS Top 6: Why Hackers Attack

Lately, it seems like the companies that haven’t had their…
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Authorization, Authentication, and Pokemon-Go

When I opened up my news feed last week, 80% of the updates and…
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Think Twice Before Donating Online

Donating Online From a Security Perspective Have you ever made…
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XSS: The Con-Artist

“XSS” is an acronym you hear often in the field of information…
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"Website" Meaning for Startup CEOs?

You might hear a lot of CEOs saying, “My website is powered…
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6 Steps to Create a Secure Website

There are roughly one billion active websites online, or one…

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