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The data war is in full swing. Foreign agents are hacking major corporations, major corporations are collecting massive amounts of consumer data, and the NSA is listening to all of them.

With malevolent hackers in one corner and oppressive regimes in another, data security is as important to the global economy and human rights as free speech and the rule of law.

Join us as we profile a new generation of programmers helping consumers and companies alike protect their financial information, their identities, and their freedom. Because it turns out we need people to keep us safe from the people who are keeping us safe.

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