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Social Networking: Risky for the Enterprise?

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John Pirc, Director, Product Management, HP TippingPoint
Social networking for most of us is becoming wrapped into our DNA. This is especially important for the next generation workforce. Additionally, the employees today and those of tomorrow will expect the capability to blog and social network with corporate assets and corporate bandwidth. Additionally, these technologies are being widely used for corporate marketing and communication. That is why it's important to look at all aspects of securing your infrastructure and more importantly, the people that drive your organization today. This involves educating people, corporate process and the right security technologies. The following session will cover the benefits and the security risks inherit with social networking across all business verticals. Additionally, the author will provide a use case analysis of information that is gathered via web beacons that harvest information unknowing to the user.
Sep 6 2012
49 mins
Social Networking: Risky for the Enterprise?

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