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Weekly Link Round Up – 05-24-13

May 24th, 2013 by | 4 Comments

After Hijackings, Twitter Adds Two-Step Security Feature (Bits.Blogs.NYTimes.com)

Last Wednesday, Twitter introduced two-factor verification, a security and authentication feature that will make it harder for hackers to hijack user accounts, following months of high-profile hijackings on the popular social media website.

Top 10 Social Media Security Problems in 2013 (SocialMediaRevolver.com)

Not only are social media platforms used for communicating, they’re also where individuals and brands create online identities and represent them through various activities online. Needless to say, it’s important that these platforms are dealt with in a way that ensures privacy and security for its users.

Keeping Your Corporate Social Media Accounts Secure (TechRepublic.com)

News stories about high-profile Twitter accounts being hacked on a regular basis prompted the microblogging site to increase its security measures through two-factor verification. This article discusses the techniques that hackers use to hijack accounts, and protection measures that companies can enforce to ensure the safety and security of their accounts.

The Five-Step Guide to Better Social Media Security, Step 2: Centralize Social Media Channels (Business2Community.com)

As the second excerpt of a five-step guide, this article specifically looks at the importance of securing and centralizing social media channels while keeping employees active on social media accounts.

Home PCs are Safer Than Small Business Sites [INFOGRAPHIC] (WebsiteMagazine.com)

This handy infographic, released by a UK-based web hosting and domain name provider, compares the state of website security to that of personal computer security and found that site security “simply isn’t taken as seriously as the measures small businesses take for their home computers.”


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