Social Media Security Podcast 12 – New Facebook Privacy Changes, Social Gaming Threats, Social Media in the Workplace

This is the 12th episode of the Social Media Security Podcast recorded March 28, 2010.  This episode was hosted by Tom Eston and Scott Wright.  Below are the show notes, links to articles and news mentioned in the podcast:

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1 thought on “Social Media Security Podcast 12 – New Facebook Privacy Changes, Social Gaming Threats, Social Media in the Workplace

  • Here’s a good whitepaper on the subject of blocking social media apps on the enterprise network. It’s called “To Block or Not. Is that the question?”

    http://bit.ly/9f8WOT

    It has lots of insightful and useful information about identifying and controlling Enterprise 2.0 apps (Facebook, Twitter, Skype, SharePoint, etc.)

    IT departments are stuck between a rock and a hard place. They know that end-users and the business units will revolt if these apps are outright blocked. At the same time, they know these apps carry risks and can’t leave them unchecked. It requires a good balance between enablement and security.

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