04 Mar How it really happened : NINJIO Season 4, Episode 3, Up, Upvote, and Away
In NINJIO’s Season 4, Episode 3, while still a little new at his job with a large, widely-followed company, Chris feels like he has a bit to prove. This drive leads him to make a few social forum and social media posts detailing non-confirmed company information. Now he must face the consequences of his actions and learn the meaning of his team’s data classification policies. Verifying what information is public, and taking great care when posting anything on social media, are crucial in our increasingly online world.
Fortune discusses the danger companies face when confidential information is leaked to the public.
Singapore news outlet Straits Times discusses the need for a cyber security culture within companies to help avoid large scale breaches – from insider leaks to large scale attacks.
IT Security Central looks at the risks of social media when it comes to accidental or malicious insider threats.
CTO Vision discusses the need to build security around data and have policies to help make sure that confidential data is leaked.
Forbes looks at the high-profile Marriott breach and details issues within cyber and data security policies that can help lead to these hacks.