Cisco: Social Media Newest Playground for Cybercriminals
The rise in social media’s popularity is creating a whole new online playground for cyber-criminals. Highlights from Cisco’s latest security report on the subject are featured in this post from CNN Money.
Someone mocking you on Twitter? Here are 5 steps you can take to minimize the damage
The ability to create a Twitter account in order to impersonate someone else is trivial. It happens all the time to both celebrities and major brands. But, what if it happens to you? This PR Junkie post by Michael Sebastian on Ragan.com gives some advice on how to extinguish a Twitter antagonist.
What the Zhu Zhu Pet Issue Teaches Us About Crisis Communications
At first glance, this week’s news that one of the hottest Christmas presents of the year might contain small amounts of dangerous chemicals seems to be a potential PR nightmare. Joe Ciarallo from PRNewser explains how it was more like a test in crisis communications.
Social Middleware to Block Social Networking On-the-job!
Employees of Enterprise organizations who are still having a tough time obtaining social media “buy-in” might find themselves hitting a brick wall in 2010 with the invention of “social middleware.”
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