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How Social Media Changed Cybersecurity

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The rise of social media has changed the way the internet’s bad actors conduct their operations. Organisations are even more vulnerable due to the plethora of private information that is accessible to those who intend to harm them. (image credit: rawpixel.com) A 2022 survey recorded 39% of businesses in the United Kingdom as cyber-attack victims. Phishing attempts have been marked as the most common form of attacks, with 83% of respondents experiencing these, while more sophisticated attacks such as malware, denial of service or ransomware were also reported.

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