The practice, common on microblogging sites, is also a way for spammers to trick recipients into following a link.
A study finds that security worries, not environmental issues, drive e-waste disposal habits by businesses.
Spam offers more get-rich-quick deals and financial come-ons than ever, security vendor Symantec reports.
Security experts warn of holes in the popular microblogging service.
Beware the outlandish come-ons and pick-up lines you'll encounter when criminals are on the prowl.
In the current economic downturn, many companies are cutting costs and security expenses frequently get cut.
Sophos study confirms that, beyond being a major annoyance, spam is even more malicious than ever.
Most CSOs and security managers know employees are taking risks everyday that could set their company up for a breach.
Just days after popular social networking tool Twitter was hit was a phishing scam, the company is now trying to clean up a mess surrounding a separate hacking attack.
With financial and political volatility all over the world, what challenges pose the biggest risk to business in 2009? And what regions may be too risky?
A warning to those who love such social media sites as Facebook: The bad guys are coming for you.
Since California's historic 2003 passage of a data breach law, most other states in the U.S. have followed suit.
Spam traffic is spiking again after a brief respite when its ISP was shuttered.
As Cyber Monday approaches, research suggests a majority of workers will use their work computer to shop this holiday season. But despite the continued growth in online shopping, employees and business still don't understand the risk.