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How Security in Tech is Being Reinforced

How Security in Tech is Being Reinforced

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2022 Business Spend Management Benchmark Report

2022 Business Spend Management Benchmark Report

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Cloud Security: Understanding “Shared Responsibility” … and Keeping Up Best Security Practices

Cloud Security: Understanding “Shared Responsibility” … and Keeping Up Best Security Practices

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Webcast: HOW TO SCALE A DATA LITERACY PROGRAM AT YOUR ORGANIZATION

Webcast: HOW TO SCALE A DATA LITERACY PROGRAM AT YOUR ORGANIZATION

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How EverQuote Democratized Data Through Self-Service Analytics

How EverQuote Democratized Data Through Self-Service Analytics

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Google Puts a Whopping $20K on the Line to Crowdsource Chrome Security

February 4, 2011 No Comments

Google’s $20,000 reward for a successful Chrome hack might just be a clever — and cheap — way for the company to find new talent and shore up Chrome security. It amounts to exploitation, said Fairfield University publicist Joan Grant. “Yes, it’s good PR. But it’s also a chance to suck the brains of hungry hackers who want to make a name for themselves, and maybe pay a few bills. $20K is chump change for Google.”

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