It's crucial to protect your Twitter account to avoid exposing yourself or your business to financial, reputational and legal consequences.
Security professionals who fail to secure their social media accounts create openings for cybercriminals to access more critical, work-related data.
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Social media has created many new ways for people to interact. While this can be viewed as exciting, it also leaves users vulnerable to identity theft.
Visitors to the upcoming sporting event in Rio de Janeiro should be on high alert for the stranded traveler social engineering scam.
Shard is designed to help users track down and eliminate duplicate passwords. But what happens if cybercriminals repurpose the protective program?
Social media account takeovers have recently impacted some high-profile individuals and groups, but a few simple measures can greatly reduce this risk.
Avoiding a damaging and embarrassing social media hack starts with building security into all aspects of the organization and embracing best practices.
Social media compliance worried respondents in one recent report, with many saying that it's difficult to enforce corporate policies.