Blogs tagged with Security

 
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As a provider of a SaaS product, our customers and their partners entrust us to handle their valuable data.  We take that very seriously.  We’d be out of business if we didn’t.   We started an effort...
by Chris Lippi / September 24, 2013
Our mobile devices are rapidly becoming an extension of who we are. These devices are literally attached to us – in our hands, our pockets, or our handbags. We view our mobile devices as personal...
by Julie Gibbs / August 22, 2013
This guest post, written by Andy Thurai, originally appeared on ProgrammableWeb. Andy is the Chief Architect & Group CTO for the Intel unit responsible for Cloud/ Application security, API, Big...
by Guest Contributor / May 30, 2013
This guest post, written by Andy Thurai, originally appeared on Infosecurity.com. Andy is the Chief Architect & Group CTO for the Intel unit responsible for Cloud/ Application security, API, Big...
by Guest Contributor / March 29, 2013
Mashery’s own Delyn Simons, VP of Developer Outreach, and John Oberon, VP of Engineering, were featured in a New York Times article titled “Where Apps Meet Work, Secret Data Is at Risk.” The article...
by Julie Gibbs / March 04, 2013
The Yellow Pages Group (YPG) has experienced an incredible journey from phonebook supplier to online communications and marketing giant. And since releasing an API, the Canadian company and its...
by Devon Biondi / January 30, 2013
It’s time for another round of lame Internet outage jokes. Can’t get on Reddit? Great, go back to work. Couldn’t solve your hotel problems with Airbnb yesterday? Maybe it’s a sign you would be more...
by Oren Michels / October 24, 2012
We got a nice little note in our inbox recently. It was from Visa, but it had nothing to do with our credit limit (eye-rolls and drum kicks appropriate). “Congratulations on validating compliance...
by Chris Lippi / October 23, 2012
There aren’t many issues left that we can see in terms of black and white. Everything has nuance—there are shades and complexities, levels of acceptance, and so on. Here’s an exception. If you handle...
by Chris Lippi / August 03, 2012
Last week at the Conversational Marketing Summit in New York, Amy Chang of Google Analytics stated, “data and marketing are finally getting married”.  Many of the presenters, though not as blunt,...
by Sasha Kamenetska / May 29, 2012

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