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The massive fallout from the breaches of Gawker, Sony and others involving weak password authentication schemes show that the current password system is dead.
Seth Bromberger liked the idea of working to keep the bad guys out of things.
…nevertheless, companies need to do a better job of protecting IP, says Adam Segal.
The threat posed by politically motivated attackers, known as hacker activists, or hacktivists, is far-reaching, yet authorities are finding it difficult to take down a structurally decentralized movement.
More-than-decade-old bugs still plague web applications, and the challenge is only growing for programs migrating to the cloud. But new frameworks and heightened awareness can mitigate the threat.
Stephen Scarf was a history major and an English minor in college. He then negotiated a diverse career path to reach his current role as global CISO of Experian. But, he wouldn’t change a thing.
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