Issue OverviewCWEurope - March 2013
Never have we been so open about the information we share online, without so little concern for our privacy. Social media can be a threat to a company, not just to what information an employee chooses to disclose, but because social media sites are prime targets for cybercrime. In this issue of CW Europe read how the increase in social media usage has created new privacy concerns for businesses. Access >>>
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Social media: A security challenge and opportunity
by Warwick Ashford
Generation Y workers are posing increasing security challenges to their employers as they share data unreservedly
- Social media: A security challenge and opportunity by Warwick Ashford
Misuse of social media could wreak havoc, warns World Economic Forum
by Bill Goodwin
The rapid spread of false information through social media poses a growing threat to business and society, the World Economic Forum has warned
- Misuse of social media could wreak havoc, warns World Economic Forum by Bill Goodwin
Spanish police arrest ransomware cyber gang
by Warwick Ashford
Police in Spain have arrested a gang of 11 cyber criminals who used "ransomware" to demand money from thousands of victims in 30 countries
- Spanish police arrest ransomware cyber gang by Warwick Ashford
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