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19 Mar 2015 Python Network Programming Cookbook [41499]
O'Reilly, March 19, 2015

"Python is an excellent language to use to write code and have fun by prototyping applications quickly. The presence of lots of third-party libraries, also known as batteries, makes it even more easier and faster to prototype an application or to implement a new algorithm. If you are interested in creating the building blocks for many practical web and networking applications that rely on networking protocols then this book is a must-have.

This book highlights major aspects of network programming in Python starting from writing simple networking clients, to developing complex screen-scraping and network security monitoring scripts. It creates the building blocks for many practical web and networking applications that rely on various networking protocols. This book presents the power and beauty of Python in solving the numerous real-world tasks in the area of network programming, system and network administration, network monitoring, and web-application development..."
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12 Mar 2015 FDA Leverages Big Data to Monitor Drug Safety [41453]
Information Management, March 12, 2015

"The Food and Drug Administration's Sentinel initiative for monitoring the safety of FDA-regulated drugs and other medical products is one of the largest uses of big data in healthcare, according to the regulatory agency's outgoing commissioner Margaret Hamburg, M.D.

The active surveillance system, which recently transitioned from a five-year pilot program to a full-scale system, has established secure access to the healthcare data of more than 170 million patients across the country, including claims data and electronic health records. FDA is currently querying large, diverse health care data for product safety through Sentinel and exploring opportunities to expand the use of real-world observational data to optimize the performance of medical products..."
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08 Mar 2015 How Better Log Monitoring can Prevent Data Breaches [41219]
CIO, February 24, 2015

Ed Tittel and Earl Follis write in CIO, "Recent high-profile data breaches reaffirm that the threat from data thieves is both persistent and pervasive. Could better log monitoring mitigate or even prevent these types of security catastrophes?

Evidence suggests that high-profile data losses at major retailers such as Home Depot, Sony, Target and Michaels Stores are a major ongoing trend, not a one-and-done anomaly of the IT infrastructure on which most companies rely..."
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24 Feb 2015 How Better Log Monitoring can Prevent Data Breaches [41135]
CIO, February 24, 2015

"Recent high-profile data breaches reaffirm that the threat from data thieves is both persistent and pervasive. Could better log monitoring mitigate or even prevent these types of security catastrophes?

Evidence suggests that high-profile data losses at major retailers such as Home Depot, Sony, Target and Michaels Stores are a major ongoing trend, not a one-and-done anomaly of the IT infrastructure on which most companies rely..."
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23 Feb 2015 An Introduction To DevOps From One Of Its Godfathers [41104]
Forbes, February 23, 2015

"Gene Kim was bitten by the entrepreneurial bug early. In 1992, while still a student at Purdue, Kim co-authored an open source tool called Tripwire, which would become a free software security and data integrity tool useful for monitoring and alerting on specific file changes on a range of systems. Kim would become the Chief Technology Officer of Tripwire, a role he would have until mid-2010.

In 1999, while still at Tripwire, Kim began to formally study IT organizations, noting the methods used by high performing organizations..."
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