Hackers are using social media to infiltrate your organization's network systems and steal valuable trade secrets and intellectual property. These kind of attacks go beyond stealing passwords, social engineering - where cyber thieves pose as a friend to obtain answers that can give them open access to company's secrets, and improving malware to make it even more infectious. Hackers are now building sophisticated tools to launch unprecedented attacks through social media. What's at stake? Your organization's reputation, ability to continue business operations, and potentially your job.
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Three Key Reasons Why Special Ops Forces Should Not Ban
Social Media Despite Increasing Security Risk
By Scott A. Wells, Ph.D.
Cyber warfare is a relatively new frontier with relevance to several Special Operations Forces Core Activities. Although non-kinetic, cyber warfare has the potential to cause serious danger to national security, and includes denial of service, monitoring, and theft of personal or sensitive information. Among the most ubiquitous tools in the arsenal of the cyber warrior is Social Media. Forrester Research estimates that 76% of enterprises allow access to social networking sites from corporate and military networks, and the use of social media as an attack vector to target those users will exponentially increase in 2012 and beyond.
This White Paper discusses information security risks associated with social media and highlights the benefits of social media networking to support critical missions when governed by policies and personnel training.
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