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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

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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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Scareware Scam Has Tweeters Atwitter

January 25, 2011 No Comments

Scammers are apparently using Google’s URL shortening service, goo.gl, to distribute bogus links. The links take users to a scareware sight that purports to find malicious software on the user’s computer, then offers to sell the user an AV product to solve the supposed problem. URL shorteners are commonly used in Twitter, but they can disguise a malicious link’s true nature.

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