Security Assessments: Don't Make the News for the Wrong Reasons
You probably remember the steady drip of stories over the last year, about how some company got hacked and it cost them a lot of money? A sneaky web exploit based on access tokens damaged Facebook's already-shaky reputation and may cost the company a $1.6 billion fine. T-Mobile leaked the personal data of about 2 million customers due to an API bug; several months later, the company is still working on the issue. From the code you write to the web sites you maintain to the servers you use to the security protections you have in place, the odds are pretty good that you are exposed, too.
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