Renee Bradshaw, manager of solutions strategy at Micro Focus, is suspicious of social media: “Whether an employee is regaling Facebook friends with details of all the stops on their latest business trip,” she says, “or giving a friend login credentials via instant message (‘so that I don’t break my Snapchat streak’), providing hackers a trail of personal, locational, login, and other information is never a good idea.”
Problems go both ways. Yaniv Sulkes, AVP at Allot Communications, says that “those who turn to social media for their news or updates will also be tempted to click and share photos, documents, and other files that could be infested with malware, but will never question it since they come from trusted friends and colleagues.”
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