By: - Forensics and Security Expert

@phenrycissp

Key Steps to Navigate Around New Facebook Privacy Settings

January 4th, 2010

What’s all the fuss about the latest changes on Facebook? Simply put, the changes mean that nearly everything that you place on your Facebook page can now potentially be made available to anyone surfing the Internet. The latest Facebook changes are purported to be an enhancement to make the social networking site easier for people who are looking [...]



By: - Forensics and Security Expert

@phenrycissp

Sesame Street Simple Facebook Guide to Surviving Malicious Attacks

October 30th, 2009

It certainly seems that not a week goes by without hearing about yet another attack on Facebook users. Last week it was a phishing scam driven by a botnet, and this week, we have two new and different phishing scams — one cleverly tricking users into revealing their passwords and another installing malware that quietly [...]



By: - Sr. Director Solutions and Strategy

@donleatham

Who Owns Your Data in a Social World?

October 27th, 2009

Over the past months it has been interesting to watch the furor over certain End-User License Agreements and the definition of data ownership.  Most draconian was the idea that once posted by a user, the data transferred ownership to the social networking site.  This of course has huge implications to an individual user, especially for [...]




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