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5 Tips for Better Data Security

Laura Bruck
Don’t let data security drag you down — stay secure from identity theft and fraud by locking down your personal information with these five tips.
5 Tips for Better Data Security

Social Media Law and the Workplace

Samantha Stauf
Over the last few years, the number of businesses using social platforms as a marketing tool has risen. This has led to the separation between work and home decreasing. Now tweets and posts made from the privacy of your own home can have lasting consequences at work. In many states, the law changed to protect the privacy of personal social media accounts.
Social Media Law and the Workplace

The Guardians of Peace Gave a Social Media Lesson to the World

LaurentFrancois
With the attack of Sony Pictures by hackers, we have witnessed one of the most effective social media campaigns ever led by a political group.
The Guardians of Peace Gave a Social Media Lesson to the World

The Rise of "Exclusive" Social Networking

Daniel Green
It is clear that people are willing to pay for a premium service that caters to their networking interests and also protects their privacy - an area Facebook traditionally falls short in.
The Rise of "Exclusive" Social Networking

Do You Feel Good About Your Social Media Cyber Security?

MarketingXLerator
Cyber security, or rather the lack thereof, is one of the main threats of our time. Learn how to keep your social media channels safer in 2015.
Do You Feel Good About Your Social Media Cyber Security?

Is a Recent California Court Ruling a Killer Blow to BYOD?

JaredJaureguy
Some mobile management tools allow companies to monitor devices, and differentiate between work-related and personal usage. This makes it much easier to determine what should be reimbursed. However, this introduces additional privacy issues that employees may not be comfortable with. Make sure BYOD policies are clearly communicated to employees, so they understand what expectations are, and what will be covered by the company.
Is a Recent California Court Ruling a Killer Blow to BYOD?

Identity Theft and Holiday Cheer Don’t Mix: Tips to Keep Your Information Safe

Laura Bruck
The holidays are a time ripe for fraud and identity theft. Here are some precautions to help you protect your information during this busy shopping season.
Identity Theft and Holiday Cheer Don’t Mix: Tips to Keep Your Information Safe

Buddy Profiling: The Latest Big Data Tool

GilAllouche
Our social networks have incredible value in collecting data for business decisions.
Buddy Profiling: The Latest Big Data Tool

3 Key Takeaways from Facebook's Privacy Update

Jane Susskind
Facebook has announced, yet again, that it will be updating its privacy terms effective January 1, 2015. The good news? Facebook’s new policy is 70 percent shorter than the old one. The bad news? Not a whole lot will change to protect your privacy online. Here are three key takeaways from Facebook’s updated privacy terms.
3 Key Takeaways from Facebook's Privacy Update

Privacy Concerns to Escalate as Mobile Dominates in 2015

Daniel Green
It’s clear that the ability of mobile apps to protect the data of their users will help define and differentiate brands next year, and as we have seen with Uber and Facebook, what the company then does with your personal data will also be closely monitored by wary consumers across the globe.
Privacy Concerns to Escalate as Mobile Dominates in 2015