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    2013 Contest 1st Place/Gold Prize winner (poster)

    Internet of Things (IoT) is a concern not only for the security, all cloud based service providers and to the software defined approaches.

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    Mobile phone apps keep misusing users' private data - here's an infographic showing some of the worst offenders.

    2011 Student Poster Contest Silver Winner: "Cyber Red Riding Hood"

    Here is some scary information about passwords, which, by the time you have read through, will have given a pro enough time to hack into most of your accounts. Because you’re probably using the same one (or two) for almost everything… aren’t you?

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    The Apple Hairbands look more like a hairband with a sleek finish. I think the touch of volume controls within the glowing apple logo is just too clever! Designer: Sang-hoon Lee

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    This is a colorful, engaging infographic comparing the features of Google Plus to Facebook. I work in Public Relations managing a company's online social media presence and I used this as support when explaining to my supervisor why we needed Google Plus. Source: PC MAG

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