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First step to improve computer security: Don't use this password.

Three white-hot areas for cybersecurity investors in 2015

The global security market was little more than a cottage industry in 2002, when it was an insular $3.5 billion market dominated by just five vendors. Fast-forward to today and there is — I estimate — $87 billion being spent in 2014, while that number should increase to $120 billion by 2017, according to AGC Partners (.pdf).

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Mobile ad tech to 2017: App-centric, private markets, native ads, and closed loops

2014 has been an exciting year for mobile advertising. As more and more brands and agencies are starting to figure out mobile, standards are being created, benchmarks formed and best practices refined. However, the best is still ahead for mobile and the next two to three years will shape the future of the medium that will eventually rule them all.

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Send Anywhere tackles file sharing security

Following the recent spate of high profile security hacks online, confidence in being able to safely share private or confidential files via computer or mobile device seems at an all-time low. South Korea-based company Estmob may have an answer.

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Five lessons team Zula learned from launching a tech event as a young startup

Startups have a multitude of marketing channels available to them. Websites, landing pages, email messages, social media, and more are used daily to create demand, generate leads and position the business as a contender in their field.
So what happens if you take all those and add one more marketing channel by launching your own tech conference?