The 7 worst Twitter hacks of all time

As more businesses turn to social media for marketing, customer service and other purposes, hackers are also increasingly targeting social networks to launch attacks against companies.

Stay safe on social networking sites: Tips for users and companies

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. 

Company sues ex-employee for ‘stealing’ Twitter account

As social networking becomes the norm for business, organizations must find ways to protect their brands online. The outcome of a recently filed lawsuit could affect how easy it is to do that. 

Firm sued after posting Facebook updates for hospitalized employee

Many companies use social networking sites to promote their business, while nearly all employees have personal accounts on those sites. And when the lines between the two are blurred – as in this recent lawsuit – things can get complicated. 

Do your users know about these social media hazards?

Most users in your company probably browse social networking sites at some point during the work day. But do they know how dangerous those sites can be?

1 in 60 Facebook posts are malicious

Security threats caused by social networking use are becoming more common — and these experts warn that it’s not just Facebook that companies’ IT departments should be concerned with.

Would your users fall for fake antivirus scam?

Warn your users about this common attack that recently surfaced on a popular social networking site.

Warn users about URL typo scams

It’s likely most of the people in your company have made mistakes entering web addresses. Online scammers know it, too.

It’s official: People are addicted to Facebook

The results of a recent survey on users’ social networking habits might surprise even the most tech-savvy folks.

Warn users about Twitter hijacking

Your users who are harnessing the power that is Twitter need a heads up: Cyberthieves are targeting the popular social network big time.