From blogs to wikis, Facebook to Twitter, social media have taken over the workplace.
But how do security leaders manage social media before all these new tools and technologies become unmanageable?
Jerry Mechling is a prominent author and lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, and in an exclusive interview he...
Social media sites are changing the rules of job search, offering a new relationship-based approach that allows individuals and organizations to build communities through online profiles, affinity groups and networks of contacts.
Malware is increasingly sophisticated, and social media are the common new venues for attacks.
These are the headlines from the latest Cisco Annual Security Report. Patrick Peterson, Cisco senior fellow, offers highlights of the report, discussing:
Top trends and threats;
The risks to specific vertical...
Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are among the top social media sites on the Internet - and they're all part of a new movement of immediate, instantaneous communication among an organization's employees and with its customers.
In the blink of an eye - or at the speed of a tweet -- people around the globe can send...
FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn -- Social-networking sites are now used both as recruitment tools for new talent and as screening sites for potential employees. As such, information security professionals should be careful to cultivate the right image on these and other popular sites.
Federal rules now require institutions to manage their data so it can be produced quickly and completely if demanded by district court cases.
In this session Deputy CISO David Matthews will use his first-hand experience to provide your organization up to date information and documents on:
Compliance with Federal...
Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter.com. These are just a few of the most popular social networking websites that are used extensively to find, meet and greet new people through a vast array of advanced web tools.
Social networking sites allow individuals and organizations to build communities. But just as social...