Tag: Twitter

New TechHub NYC Launch Brings British Fintech and Security Startups

By Chrissie Cluney, Contributing Editor With 750 startups across Europe and India, TechHub is growing its member companies through strong community focus and tailored programming. This growth is assisting startups to engage customers, investors and talent. TechHub companies have been acquired by Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Oracle and Twitter amongst others. TechHub has raised over $1…

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HackerOne Bug Bounties of 2016

By Chrissie Cluney, Contributing Editor What’s a bug bounty? Bug bounty programs are a way for software vendors to outsource web domain, app and network security beyond their own in-house security teams. This allows them to acquire as many eyeballs on potential security problems as possible before they become exposed and exploited by attackers. Apple,…

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You Can Never have Enough Friends

@Apple, @Google and @Microsoft. People often give me more credit than I deserve. I am a well connected person, but I am ecclectic in my friendships and tastes. Often there is an expectation that I know “EVERYONE”. I don’t and some that I do know don’t necessarily want me to chase them around for every…

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Things I Would Twit About

I have enough problems getting past my self censorship to write a worthwhile article, so the thought of random acts of twitting scare me. Lately people are using Twitter to update their status messages, which IMHO makes the wall posts on Facebook even more annoying. I recognize that the network is for younger folk than…

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tPhishing Twitter

I am taking classes about security and needed to find a recent problem.  The professor and I dont see eye to eye already on some issues and I think this will be a tough class for me to succeed in.  Anyway.  I have decided I am going to pay attention to the security side of…

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