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Andrew Semprebon
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Seeking the most efficient way to deliver high-quality software
Seeking the most efficient way to deliver high-quality software

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This seems obvious to me, but it seems like a lot of people don't get it.

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Seven Ways the Republican Party Can Prevent Trump from Becoming President

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Rand Paul introduces his government waste report, identifying 1.2 million in wasteful spending. If he keeps this up, producing a similar report every day until election day, he will have found a total of 660 million in wasted spending, or about 0.017% of the budget. Enough to cut the deficit by a whopping 0.12%

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This argues effectively why electing anti-science politicians is a bad idea

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The US Holocaust Memorial Museum
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Adaptive Access Control is a way for organizations to differentially control access to resources and services in a way that incorporates a current view of risk. More simply put, it changes the way a given user can access resources when the perceived level of risk for that user changes. This context-sensitive approach to security is both flexible and powerful. It lowers the cost of administration by reducing IT support load and manual security review. It reduces user frustration by lowering the number of hoops a user must jump through to access resources in the average case. In the case where there is identified risk, though, it can provide even greater hurdles for an attacker to access sensitive services and data. It can also leverage existing mitigation techniques.
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