Risky Online Behavior Is Back Door To Cybercrime
Social-networking sites could give hackers a backdoor into corporate IT platforms and databases, putting businesses at risk for malicious cyber attacks as more adults access these sites from computers at work., according to a study released Wednesday by CA (the former Computer Associates) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA).
"We are already seeing hackers take advantage of community Web sites," Ron Texeria, executive director of NCSA, said in a statement. Risky Online Behavior Is Back Door To Cybercrime: Study - Security Technology News by TechWeb
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