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Programers at Sacramento's Hacker Lab write code for future  11 February 2014 
Source: Sacramento Bee - Posted by Alex   
Coders, designers, programmers and dreamers of all ages stayed indoors over the rainy weekend to participate in a 30-hour development marathon aimed at kick-starting creative technology and product ideas that can bring Sacramento a little closer to Silicon Valley.
 
Ask the Expert-Stefano Ortolani  04 February 2014 
Source: ThreatPost - Posted by Dave Wreski   
We are launching a new series of interviews with Kaspersky Lab experts enquiring their opinion regarding cyber-security industry and related threats. Here, Dr. Stefano Ortolani tells us about the importance of programming and other special skills needed to become an expert in the cyber security industry.
 
10 ways to prep for – and ace – a security job interview  15 January 2014 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Dave Wreski   
IT security pros with the right skills are in big demand. Last year, the employment rate for information security managers averaged .9%, as we reported in High CISO employment rates means shortage for security industry. That's as close to actual full employment as one can get.
 
January 2014 Issue of Linux Journal: Security  07 January 2014 
Source: Linux Journal - Posted by Alex   
Back when we were kids, "security" meant little more than having a secret password to keep little siblings out of the treehouse. That's still the case in some situations. Take the title of this column, for instance. If you go to the #linuxjournal IRC channel on FreeNode, saying "Lapsang Souchong" will mark you as part of the inner circle. (Note, this does not make you one of the cool kids...possibly the exact opposite!)
 
4 key elements for proactive application security  03 January 2014 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Dave Wreski   
We most often hear of the security breaches due to cross site scripting and SQL injection attacks, after the related vulnerabilities have been successfully exploited. But what could we do to prevent such attacks occurring in the first place?
 
Does Linux Mint need better security?  21 November 2013 
Source: IT World - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Today in Open Source: Does Linux Mint have a security problem? Or has the media made a mountain out of a molehill?
 
Here’s Richard Stallman’s letter to Stratfor hacker’s judge demanding lesser sentence  18 November 2013 
Source: VentureBeat - Posted by Alex   
Richard Stallman believes the U.S. patent system damages the software industry. Free Software Foundation president Richard Stallman tried to get Stratfor hacker Jeremy Hammond’s judge to only hand down a community service sentence. Hammond, instead, received 10 years in jail today.
 
10 Tips For Developers To Secure And Safeguard Code  15 November 2013 
Source: EFY Times - Posted by Anthony Pell   
With the increasing number of breaches in security with respect to credit card, mobile etc it is becoming imperative that we do all that we can to safeguard our property. So is the case with software developers.
 
Want to protect your Android phone? Here's how to kill its crapware.  11 November 2013 
Source: IT World - Posted by Anthony Pell   
The pre-installed crapware that fills many Android phones is more than just annoying -- it also frequently opens up big security holes. Here's how to kill the crapware and keep your phone safe and in tip-top shape.
 
Android KitKat Security Teardown: 4 Hits, 1 Miss  07 November 2013 
Source: Information Week - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The latest version of Google's Android operating system (version 4.4) -- known as "KitKat" and released last week -- includes a slew of changes: a streamlined footprint so it can run on devices with scant RAM, better animations and graphics acceleration, plus snappier device-wide search and a new phone dialer app. But what's new on the information security front?
 
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