Sophos Questions Facebook Security
The security firm recently published an open letter urging Facebook to implement a three-point security plan.
Security firm Sophos recently urged Facebook to implement a three-point security plan.
"In an open letter, Sophos urges Facebook to create a safer environment for its more than 500 million users and show commitment to improve privacy and safety on the Internet," writes Computer Weekly's Warwick Ashford.
"'Facebook is no stranger to making headlines for all the wrong reasons when it comes to security and privacy,' says Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos," Ashford writes. "The three-point plan would turn Facebook into the good guys and also be a real safety step-up for its 500 million users, he says."
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April 18, 2011
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