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Industry Intelligence: International Financial Reporting Standards for Hedge Funds

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SANS - Survey on Application Security Programs and Practices

How do your peers secure their mobile apps?  The SANS Institute surveyed 488 respondents on the state of their application security programs and practices.  Download this report to see how mature and effective these programs are as well as what tools they use and how they justify budget.

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