25 Jul '12, 3am

Use Your Common Sense to Continue Staying Safe... #CyberWellness #InformationTechnology #SocialMedia #socialnetworking

Use Your Common Sense to Continue Staying Safe... #CyberWellness #InformationTechnology #SocialMedia #socialnetworking

On Facebook, we have event invites for free coffee by Starbucks or a free McDonald’s meal. On Twitter, via Direct Message, we are informed in all earnestness that someone was bitching us and a link provided to give the evidence. So long as we are aware of the many possible ways that such social engineering attempts can be done to engage us, we can continue to be safe online.

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