Sunday, April 20, 2014

Top 5 Infosec links of the week (XXI)

How to get followers on Twitter, Social Media 2014, SO that Snowden used for communications, the dangers of cyberflirting and Big Data as a tool to reduce bank fraud. The five top post this week by the Sunday collection.

Social networking is in itself a way of life. Some tools we use everyday, and improve care. They are the window to the world of our social identity, and therefore, we care greatly. At the top of this week have two articles related to it. Namely, the study security expert @Blackploit recently conducted to demonstrate how accounts illustrious personalities like Britney Spears, Lady Gaga or President Obama make use of tactics inflation Twitter followers and a new videography on the 2014 evolution of SMaccompanying the article.

What OS Snowden used to communicate with journalists? The answer is simple. TAILS, Debian distribution aimed at security and anonymity, runtime from a liveCD, and comes standard with a large group of services to be considered.
Cyberflirting also has some risks. So read the title of the article CIGTR this week that talked about fraud and attacks on applications for this purpose, such as Tinder.
And we end up with an infographic, this time as a timeline of milestones that Big Data has allowed to perform for securing electronic payments for financial institutions. We are certainly much better than twenty years ago.
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