Category Archives: Security & Privacy

Virtual Aggregate Threats

Security staff and end-uses in many organizations are quickly coming to grasp the concept of aggregation (where the sum total of information in a database is more valuable, and hence a greater risk/higher security classification, than the individual components. Unfortunately many forget that the data isn’t just in a single database – and “virtual aggregates” which can be… Read More »

Duplicate Facebook Friend Scam

I’m sure you’ve all heard this before – that scammers are creating duplicate FaceBook accounts/profiles as some of your friends (copying pictures and other details from the “real” accounts) and then attempting to “re-friend” you because the old account has some kind of virus/Trojan (which is a crock of excrement). In any case – it finally happened to… Read More »