By now you’ve probably heard the very, very important news that Facebook is working on a so-called “dislike” button.
We probably shouldn’t be surprised that hackers and hoaxers are already using the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 to spread malware and steal information.
Protecting Facebook privacy is getting tougher as new features and policies make it easier to find information on all users of the social networking site. Here are some tips you can pass along to employees to help keep them safe.
As social media becomes more important for businesses, social networking security is becoming critical as well. In this guest post, Henry Enebeli offers some tips IT pros and marketers can use to secure their organization’s Facebook pages.
A new Facebook feature, Facebook Home, is likely to be popular with many users. But in this guest post, Sarah Boisvert explains some of the big new security risks to warn them about.
Hackers are moving away from widespread malware and focusing on targeted attacks against businesses and individuals. And that means an increase in phishing scams, as well as social media-based attacks.
Facebook has introduced a few features in recent months, including the new Facebook Home software. And experts have many Facebook Home privacy concerns.
Social media has been common for both personal and professional use for several years – however, many companies still haven’t caught up and developed an effective social networking policy.
As many organizations are still developing and fine-tuning their social networking policies for employees, here’s one practice that’s becoming illegal for some companies: