Social networking monster site Facebook needs to make a grassroots change to its security infrastructure, according to a security expert. In particular, Facebook should dump its opt-out and adopt a completely opt-in model for all of its features.
Security firm Sophos has recently produced its 2010 mid-year Security Threat Report, and whilst many things remain the same, there are plenty of new security vectors for the connected among us to deal with. And with a NBN on the horizon, there may be plenty more of us connected in the near future. iTWire sat down with Sophos AP Managing director Rob Forsyth and Senior Vice President of Worldwide Field Ops, Michael McGuinness to discuss.
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