If it’s online, it’s not secure. That’s one way to think about your data, though of course the security measures and practices of different organizations vary wildly. Twitter Inc. users will be thinking hard about what sort of information they did, or might, share with the social media giant following news that Twitter sent warning messages about potential hacking attempts by “state-sponsored actors.” (And no, that is not a reference to the French National Drama School ensemble…) Source: http://www.lightreading.com/security/cloud-security/twitters-state-sponsored-hacking-warning-is-another-wake-up-call/a/d-id/719840
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