The events revealed so far in the emerging Facebook and Cambridge Analytica story, may not be a data “breach” but nevertheless serve as a wakeup call to millions sharing personal information.Read More
Let’s talk about bells and whistles, or balloons and yeehaw if you’re in the same camp as Bo. We all know that social media is a dynamic landscape, in fact, I’m still FUMING about the Twitter update that changed the favorites to likes #icant. An afterthought to the new and shiny, however, is the new opportunity to showcase your ads and products.Read More
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What, if any, implications the service will have for your CU and your members?
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Some large enterprises are beginning to devote entire teams to interacting with their customers in the social realm; smaller companies such as credit unions rarely have that luxury.
Here's some advice on how your credit union can handle negative customer feedback on social platforms without becoming overwhelmed.
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This means that employers would not be given full access to an employee’s social media accounts with free reign to look through all the information available at the click of a button. The process offered by Cernam is called Capture and Preserve. Through this, they are only capturing evidence necessary. It will be an expert user who searches the information available, not an employer of the company in question. The employee even has the option to deny anyone access to their accounts if they do not agree to the terms of the search.
GuardTime, in this situation, validates the information that is found. It can prove the integrity of the information without fear of another individual or third party tampering with the evidence.
Would you ever ask someone for their social media information or allow someone access to your own? Read more about the process that Cernam goes through to gain the information and other stipulations here.
When you sign in to an online service, such as your email, online banking, Facebook, or Flickr, the website gives your computer a session cookie. Generally, the login page is secured behind an SSL certificate, meaning that the traffic is encrypted and can’t be deciphered. However, as is the case with Facebook and Flickr, once you’ve logged into the service, you browse the site over regular HTTP that is not encrypted. Firesheep is an extension for Firefox that sniffs internet traffic on a network and finds cookies from websites like Facebook. Since these cookies aren’t encrypted and you are browsing Facebook without any security, these cookies can easily be copied and a person identity can be spoofed very easily.
Firesheep makes this as easy as installing the plugin and click a button. It sits there and gathers all of the cookie traffic across a network and present you with the results, let you click on more button and logging into the Facebook account of someone.
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