by January 8, 2010 0 comments

Cisco issued its Annual Security Report for 2009, which highlights the impact
of social media, particularly social networking, on network security and
explores the critical role that people, not technology, play in creating
opportunities for cybercriminals. The Security Report also includes winners of
the 2009 Cisco Cybercrime Showcase and discusses trends in cloud computing, spam
and overall global cybercrime activities that information technology
professionals continue to face. Social media experienced explosive growth in
2009. Social media adoption is expected to continue growing into 2010,
especially as more organizations realize the value of social networks as an
absolute business requirement. Social networks have quickly become a playground
for cybercriminals because members of these sites put an inordinate amount of
trust in the other members of their communities and often fail to take
precautions to prevent the spread of malware and computer viruses.

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