Facebook – How internal teams respond to reported incidents

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Facecrooks security shares an interesting workflow diagram and key procedures when security or content abuse is reported. Facebook – How internal teams respond to reported incidents http://facecrooks.com/Internet-Safety-Privacy/what-happens-when-you-click-report-on-facebook.html QUOTE:  Facebook Safety has posted a note and an infographic that details the internal teams, guidelines and workflows that are involved in the Facebook reporting process. (the image is rather […]

Nigerian email scams are designed to be obvious

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An interesting analysis on the design of these scams, intended to reach just a small number of individuals who might be more easily persuaded to fall for these attacks. Nigerian email scams are designed to be obvious http://www.securitynewsdaily.com/2002-nigerian-emails-scam-dumb.html QUOTE:  Here’s a modern-day question: Why are Nigerian con-man emails so obvious? Because that makes sure only […]

Facebook – Employers may review unprotected profiles

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A good security awareness article regarding the need to secure profile information and be careful with information that is posted. Facebook – Employers may review unprotected profiles http://www.securitynewsdaily.com/2001-personal-secrets-facebook.html QUOTE:  Whether you’re looking for a job, or already have one, there’s one thing you can be sure of: It’s not only your Facebook “friends” who are […]


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