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1. Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Review For 2014

Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Review For 2014

Our Webroot SecureAnywhere internet security review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/webroot-secureanywhere-internet-security-2014-software-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new internet security software. Before you buy Webroot SecureAnywhere internet security this year, be sure to read reviews.

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2. AVG Antivirus Review For 2014

AVG Antivirus Review For 2014

Our AVG antivirus review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/avg-antivirus-2014-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new antivirus software. Before you buy AVG antivirus this year, be sure to read reviews.

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3. ESET NOD32 Antivirus Review For 2014

ESET NOD32 Antivirus Review For 2014

Our ESET antivirus review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/eset-nod32-antivirus-7-2014-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new antivirus software. Before you buy ESET antivirus this year, be sure to read reviews.

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4. Kaspersky Internet Security Review For 2014

Kaspersky Internet Security Review For 2014

Our Kaspersky internet security review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/kaspersky-internet-security-2014-software-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new internet security software. Before you buy Kaspersky internet security this year, be sure to read reviews.

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5. McAfee Internet Security Review For 2014

McAfee Internet Security Review For 2014

Our McAfee internet security review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/mcafee-internet-security-2014-software-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new internet security software. Before you buy McAfee internet security this year, be sure to read reviews.

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6. Kaspersky Antivirus Review For 2014

Kaspersky Antivirus Review For 2014

Our Kaspersky antivirus review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/kaspersky-antivirus-2014-software-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new antivirus software. Before you buy Kaspersky antivirus this year, be sure to read reviews.

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7. Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus Review For 2014

Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus Review For 2014

Our Webroot antivirus review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/webroot-secureanywhere-antivirus-2014-software-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new antivirus software. Before you buy Webroot antivirus this year, be sure to read reviews.

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8. McAfee Antivirus Review For 2014

McAfee Antivirus Review For 2014

Our McAfee antivirus review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/mcafee-antivirus-plus-2014-software-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new antivirus software. Before you buy McAfee antivirus software this year, be sure to read reviews.

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9. ESET Internet Security Smart Security 7 Review For 2014

ESET Internet Security Smart Security 7 Review For 2014

Our ESET Smart Security 7 internet security review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/eset-smart-security-7-2014-software-review/) for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new internet security software. Before you buy ESET internet security this year, be sure to read reviews.

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10. AVG Internet Security Review For 2014

AVG Internet Security Review For 2014

Our AVG internet security review (http://antivirussoftwareratings.com/reviews/avg-internet-security-2014-software-review/)for 2014 covers a bunch of different aspects to the new internet security software. Before you buy AVG internet security this year, be sure to read reviews.

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11. Spying software uncovered by internet security experts

Spying software uncovered by internet security experts

Orla Cox, Director of Security Response with Symantec, discusses malicious spying software discovered by the internet security firm

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12. Thoughts on Security in the Modern Software Supply Chain

Thoughts on Security in the Modern Software Supply Chain

Caroline Wong, Paula Thrasher and I were having lunch at DevOps Enterprise Summit when the conversation took an interesting turn. Paula and Caroline had been on a panel the previous day and didn't get a chance to do a deep dive into any of the topics. As we were talking at lunch, I realized is was a good opportunity to give them a chance to talk with each other on government vs public software security, about how the OWASP Top 10 might best be used and to they have discovered as common security patterns in their large scale projects. About Caroline Wong I am a strategic leader with strong communications skills, cybersecurity knowledge, and experience delivering global programs. My close and practical information security knowledge stems from broad experience as a Cigital consultant, a Symantec product manager, and day-to-day leadership roles at eBay and Zynga. I have been featured as an Influencer in the Women in IT Security issue of SC Magazine, named as one of the Top 10 Women in Cloud by CloudNOW, and received a Women of Influence Award in the One to Watch category from the Executive Women's Forum. I authored the popular textbook Security Metrics: A Beginner's Guide. About Paula Thrasher Paula Thrasher has 20+ years experience in IT and has spent the last 15 years trying to implement Agile culture in the federal government. Paula’s first Agile project was in 2001, since then she has led over 15 programs and projects as an Agile developer, technical lead, Scrum master, or Agile coach. Her teams have helped two separate federal agencies migrate applications to Amazon AWS GovCloud, and done some other amazing DevOps ninja work along the way. Paula is a proud Carnegie Mellon University alumna with a B.S. in Statistics, is a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and a Project Management Professional (PMP), but prefers learning new things through experience and working with smart people.

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13. Episode 44: Gary McGraw Knows Software Security

Episode 44: Gary McGraw Knows Software Security

Gary McGraw is the Vice President of Security Technology at Synopsys, the best-selling author of "Software Security" and 11 other books, and the man behind the Silver Bullet Security Podcast. In this episode, Ben Wilde interviews him about everything from the BSIMM and OWASP Top 10 to software security best practices and how to get companies to start thinking about security early and often. https://www.garymcgraw.com/ https://www.bsimm.com/ https://cybersecurity.ieee.org/center-for-secure-design/ https://www.maxmyinterest.com/

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14. Antivirus Free Trial - Internet Security Software - Best Antivirus 2015

Antivirus Free Trial - Internet Security Software - Best Antivirus 2015

With Securalive.com, you may download free antivirus trial online for pc. There are several free antivirus and internet security software’s available online. Get one of the best antivirus 2015 and virus removal tool, which provides mobile security, pop up blocker and complete virus protection for home as well as business edition users.For more information, you can visit at:- http://www.securalive.com/download

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15. Security Processes at the Apache Software Foundation w/ Mark Thomas and Brian Fox

Security Processes at the Apache Software Foundation w/ Mark Thomas and Brian Fox

In our continuing series on the Struts2 vulnerability announcement and the breach at Equifax, we spoke with Mark Thomas, Director, Apache Software Foundation, and Brian Fox, CTO, Sonatype to clarify the processes ASF goes through when a vulnerability is found within one of their projects. About Mark Thomas Mark is currently employed by Pivotal where he spends most of his time working on Apache Tomcat. At the Apache Software Foundation, Mark is a committer and PMC member for Apache Tomcat as well as other projects. At the foundation level he is an ASF member, a member of the security and trademarks committees, is an infrastructure volunteer and a Director. Mark speaks regularly on Apache Tomcat including at ApacheCon.

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16. IoT Security Fact #2: Software Security Will Degrade Over Time

IoT Security Fact #2: Software Security Will Degrade Over Time

Today's episode of the "Five Indisputable Facts about IoT Security" podcast looks at Fact #2: Software security will degrade over time. Managing software updates is always a challenge, but additional difficulties arise when the Internet of Things is involved. Keeping software up-to-date for widely distributed IoT devices can become a never-ending task and the risk of attack only increases with the length of time your connected car or smart refrigerator remains in service. To learn about all five indisputable facts of IoT security, listen to all the podcasts in this series at http://bit.ly/2on03cK and visit the infographic at ibm.co/2nwL6oR.

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17. Episode 5 - Breaches Beware: Richard Hyatt on Putting Security First in Your Software

Episode 5 - Breaches Beware: Richard Hyatt on Putting Security First in Your Software

Target, Jeep, Ashley Madison. You don't have to look very far to find examples of major security breaches happening at businesses all around us. And it's not just the big guys that are at risk either. Companies large and small are finding themselves under attack. In this episode, Jon Prial talks with veteran entrepreneur and CTO Richard Hyatt about why it's so important to put security first in your business, and why keeping your environments separate is such a critical part of that process. You'll hear about: -Why keeping development and production environments separate is essential (1:15) -The role of developers in security (5:09) -Working with third-party vendors for security (7:54) -Key security trends that businesses should be focusing on (9:25)

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18. #101: A Software-Defined Approach to Networking and Security

#101: A Software-Defined Approach to Networking and Security

In this discussion with Hari Krishnan and Harmeet Sahni of Nuage Networks, we talk about how to use software-defined networking (SDN) to address the networking and security needs of containers. SDN can help prevent infrastructure-related performance bottlenecks, as well as provide the fine-grained policy enforcement that allows users to handle dynamic container environments. Nuage Network’s Virtual Services Platform (VSP) provides these capabilities in all types of cloud environments, featuring user intent-focused definition, virtual routing and switching components, and more. Learn more at: https://thenewstack.io/software-defined-approach-networking-security/

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