Eric Soto

easoto@iss-pr.com

Welcome! This is Eric Soto and I am a Mobile Software Engineer and technology leader specializing in mobile apps and APIs. As a certified Agile practitioner, I help businesses expand quickly into mobile and the internet so they can better reach a nationwide presence.

Infographics tell a story!

Infographics are the rage of the Internet right now. I always thought these graphics came from the clever minds of designers! However, after listening to Randy Krum at a recent http://sfima.com/ event, I have quite a different view!

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Backdoors just for the asking!

As reported by PC Magazine's Security Watch, Wickr's Co-Founder Nico Sell was casually asked by an FBI Agent (at a conference) "if she'd be willing to install a backdoor into Wickr that would allow the FBI to retrieve information."

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Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors

As a developer, I'm always careful that my code can't be exploited. However, as systems get more and more complex, and we use pieces of code or libraries from others, this task becomes more difficult. Resources like the list of Top 25 Software Errors (from a security standpoint) are invaluable (and eye opening.)

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Want your own cellphone tower to eavesdrop on an unsuspecting cellphone user? No problem, the NSA has you covered!

In recent months, it has come to light that our own government (via the NSA) has been quite busy enhancing their surveillance capability, very possibly, to collect massive amounts of data on all of us (suspect of a crime or not.) The latest nugget in this saga is a leaked catalog of "security exploits" by the NSA. Among other exploits (a lot of which are outrageous) is a cellphone tower (in a box?) that can be used to track a cellphone target.

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Healthcare providers, your time is running out to replace Windows XP!

Healthcare providers still relying on Windows XP are at risk of security vulnerabilities even today, and the problem will get worse in April 2014 once Microsoft stops issuing patches for this 12 year old operating system! There simply is no reason to still be using Windows XP, and it may lead to compliance issues and exposure to huge liability for providers.

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Mobile Software Engineer, iOS & Android, REST API Development

Eric A. Soto * West Palm Beach, Florida
easoto@iss-pr.com * 561-318-1610