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Top Women in Cybersecurity You Should be Following on Twitter

Mar 07, 2017 By Arden Rubens | Since the begining of information security, the representation of women in cybersecurity has been (and still is) small. So small that women make up only 11% of the information security workforce. But with such a tiny representation in the industry comes a big opportunity. There is 1 million open jobs in #cybersecurity right now, and not enough women to join the field – @devsecops #RSAC
— RSA Conference (@RSAConference) February 14, 2017   For the cybersecurity world, Twitter is a continuous stream of content with various influencers tweeting the latest insights on a daily basis. And some of the most influential and trailblazing women in the industry have been using the platform to keep you in the know.  

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21 AppSec & Security Gurus You Should Be Following On Twitter

Oct 14, 2014 By Sarah Vonnegut |  Are you an AppSec Tweeter? 
  Whether you’re a newbie or an old-timer in the world of application security, Twitter is a great place to listen in and connect with some of the best and brightest in the industry. To help, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite tweeters to add to your own Twitter feed.    The list is a cross-section of people in Information Security and Application Security in specific – people whose Tweets we read daily. It’s in no way exhaustive, so please feel free to comment below with people we should add!   Many of these tweeters also maintain personal blogs revolving around application security, and we’ve included them in this post, as well. Build your blogroll along with who you follow on Twitter for double the industry insight!  
Bonus: Follow the whole list on our Twitter list!

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Facebook Almost Hacked By The SEA: “Happy Birthday, Mark!”

Feb 06, 2014 By Sarah Vonnegut | The notorious hacker group Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) is stirring up trouble again, this time with Facebook. Overnight, the group claimed to pwn the Facebook.com domain, posting a screenshot of the WHOIS info on its Twitter. ‘Happy Birthday Mark,’ the tweet taunted, referring to Facebook’s recent 10th birthday. The registrant data indeed reflected that the email address had been changed to a Syrian Gmail account. 

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Cache of 2 Million Account Details For Facebook, Google, Yahoo Users Discovered

Dec 05, 2013 By Sarah Vonnegut | Some two million accounts on several of the most widely visited social media networks, email providers and websites were just discovered on a server with a bogus IP in the Netherlands. Hackers stole login usernames and passwords for Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, Twitter and various other popular sites.

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #24

Aug 14, 2012 By asaphs | Facebook accused of falsely verifying developers apps security
An investigation by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has disclosed that Facebook took no steps whatsoever to authenticate the security of Facebook apps who were awarded a Facebook verification badge.

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