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How To Spot A Fake Facebook Profile

How To Spot A Fake Facebook Profile
News Millions of websites, applications from Cisco and VMware, Google Play apps, as well as millions of Android devices are vulnerable -- and the list keeps growing.By Mathew J. Schwartz , 4/17/2014 2 comments | Read | Post a Comment Quick Hits Many users fail to follow policies on mobile, cloud security, EMA Research study says.By Tim Wilson Editor in Chief, Dark Reading, 4/10/2014 12 comments | Read | Post a Comment Fifth annual DEF CON Social Engineering Capture the Flag Contest kicks off today with new "tag team" rules to reflect realities of the threat.By Kelly Jackson Higgins Senior Editor, Dark Reading, 4/7/2014 9 comments | Read | Post a Comment Commentary The Queens County DA recently arrested two Jamaica Hospital employees for stealing patient data, a lucrative crime occurring at hospitals across the nation. 16 comments | Read | Post a Comment 14 comments | Read | Post a Comment The Internet of Things is creating 50 billion Internet-connected devices. 0 comments | Read | Post a Comment Related:  LIFE HACKS INSTITUTE OF HACKING 2

Anders Behring Breivik Facebook Profile A Fake? (UPDATE) | Solid Principles If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Subscribe to the Podcast at iTunes The 3 Big Questions About Anders Behring Breivik’s Facebook Profile 1: Why is there a version of Anders Behring Breivik’s Facebook profile not showing Christian / Conservative? 2: How was Christian / Conservative added prior to the profile being removed from Facebook? 3: Which then needs to be asked, Who had access to in changing the Profile before it was removed? READ ALSO: Statment on the Anders Behring Breivik Facebook PDF File Original Article For a short while, this PDF posted by Solid Principles from this blog post of Oslo Bombing Suspect Anders Behring Breivik, was linked up at Wikipedia after Facebook removed the profile. “The facebook page was created 4 days ago on 18 july.

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From Regulator to Business Enabler: Use Employee Communications to Re-Position Your Compliance Function August 15, 2012Wes Siegal Two Key Communications Challenges for Compliance Functions With a steady drumbeat of new compliance requirements resounding from Washington, Brussels, Beijing, and elsewhere, the importance of compliance communications for the industry has increased significantly in recent years. Employees across the value chain – in R&D, manufacturing, regulatory, commercial operations and sales, etc. – all need to understand compliance requirements and their responsibilities in implementing and enforcing them. And yet, even those pharmaceutical compliance managers who have developed reliable training and information dissemination mechanisms still struggle to keep open the channels from front line and employees back to compliance. Pharmaceutical compliance leaders face a double-edged problem: keeping employees informed about their compliance responsibilities on the one hand, and building a culture of open reporting and compliance on the other. Guidelines Conclusion

Workers spend 61 per cent of their day lost in email and information We spent 61 per cent of our office time deadling with emails, retrieving information and collaborating; and only 39 per cent actually performing tasks. The average office worker spends 28 hours a week – or nearly 1500 hours a year - writing emails, searching for information and attempting to "collaborate" internally, according to a new report. No wonder, they feel their working hours slipping by as the time left to do "real work" stretches beyond the traditional 9 to 5. A new global report by McKinsey Global Institute, the research arm of management consultancy McKinsey & Company, argues wide adoption of social media technologies by businesses could cut down some of the time-wasting involved in emailing and improve worker productivity by 20 to 25 per cent. Advertisement Social media technologies include software products and services that allow people to connect more efficiently than via email. "Email is a very passive way to communicate," Dr Gill says. "It is not going to be thrown away.

OpenStreetMap identify-fake-profile 23 Ingenious Uses for White Vinegar About 10,000 years ago, ancient people discovered a product that would change lives forever. Wine had been around for a while, but after some was allowed to oxidize, vinegar was born. It became an immediate hit. The Babylonians used vinegar as a preservative, as did Ancient Greeks and Romans. Some peoples, including the Chinese, believed that vinegar was a tonic that would give them strength and vitality, as well as bestow healing properties. Vinegar’s magic ingredient is acetic acid, which comprises about 5 percent of the finished product. White vinegar has dozens of household applications, and the best part is that it’s green. Kitchen Remedies Besides adding zest to salad dressings, white vinegar is handy for many cooking tasks. 1. 2. 3. 4. Cleaning House Vinegar can help with a variety of cleaning tasks, since the acid acts as a disinfectant and an odor neutralizer. Love This? Thanks for subscribing! 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Cleaning Clothes 12. 13. 14. 15. Outdoor Solutions 16. 17. 18. 19.

Personal E-mails and Confidentiality: What Does Your Company Policy Say? | Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan March 7, 2012 by Jerome Coenic-Taylor It seems almost inevitable that employees with Internet access via work-issued computers will use that access for personal reasons at some point during the work day. One of the most common things that employees do is log into their personal e-mail accounts to read and send e-mails. But have you expressly informed your employees through your employee handbook or company’s website about your e-mail policy? Better yet, does your company even have an e-mail policy, and if so, does it address employees’ personal e-mail accounts? Although employees using work time to send personal e-mails is nothing new, the issue has taken on a new importance for employers and the courts because a number of employers have attempted to discover employee’s personal e-mails in litigation on the theory that e-mails made on work-issued computers and via company-provided Internet access are not private or confidential. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Email’s Dark Side: 10 Psychology Studies Email is a fantastic tool, but these ten psychology studies remind us of its dark side. Like the telephone or the TV, email is a technology so embedded in our lives, we think nothing of it. Both help and hindrance, on one hand it’s the internet’s original ‘killer application’ and on the other it’s a spam-spewing slave-driver. We’re used to hearing about the negative side of the balance-sheet, about email’s addictive nature and the unnecessary stress it injects into the modern worker’s life, but we downplay these problems because it’s so incredibly useful. Now that email is well into middle age (the first emails were sent in 1965), let’s take stock of what we know about the darker side of email. 1. 59 per cent check email from the bathroom You don’t need to be an expert on Pavlov’s drooling dogs to work out why email is so habit-forming. 2. Participants in a study by Renaud et al. (2006) claimed to check their email, on average, once an hour. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Email cold turkey