Twitter and Facebook vulnerable to SMS exploit
by James Dohnert | December 5, 2012 | v3.co.uk
A security researcher has warned Twitter and Facebook are vulnerable to an SMS exploit capable of sending out unauthorised messages through the social networks.
The ADA and workplace drug testing: what are an employer’s rights?
by LeClairRyan & Janet Barringer Pezzulich | October 25, 2012 | lexology.com
An employee who works under the influence of drugs or alcohol at work may, at the very least, have diminished productivity and poor work performance; at worst, he poses a serious safety risk to himself and those around him.
10 tips to keep data secure
by Camille Tuutti | October 31, 2012 | fcw.com
Halloween is scary, but for the federal government, few things scare more than a security breach.
Government-Funded Hackers Say They've Already Defeated Windows 8's New Security Measures
by Andy Greenburg | October 31, 2012 | forbes.com
Last week’s Windows 8 launch wasn’t just a major product release for Microsoft. It seems to have been a banner day for the government-funded hackers who take Microsoft’s software apart, too.
California passes strict social media privacy law
by Mike Rosenberg | October 3, 2012 | securityinfowatch.com
Business and colleges barred from requesting access to employees, students personal social media accounts under new law
Emotional, physical cost of workplace bullying
By Andreas Dorn | September 28, 2012 | nst.com.my
SYSTEMATIC DESTRUCTION: It jeopardises health, career and the job once loved by the victim
5 Mobile Security Lessons From the Department of Defense
by Jason Bloomberg | September 26, 2012 | cio.com
Several years ago, the National Security Agency wasted millions on a circuit-switched approach to mobile security strategy. With help from the Department of Defense, the NSA is doing things differently now. Enterprise CIOs can learn a few things from the effort, too.
Claim of iPhone hacking raises questions about FBI data
by Ken Dilanian and Salvador Rodriguez | September 5, 2012 | latimes.com
A hacker group says it obtained millions of identification numbers from iPhones, iPads and other devices from an FBI laptop. The agency denies having the data.