Social media giant Facebook made some unintentional news in early February as part of a major article on the company in Wired, entitled “Inside the Two Years That Shook Facebook -- And the World.” The piece was primarily about the 2016 election, among other things, and recent revelations that foreign operatives had manipulated social networks like Facebook in order to swing the outcome of the election. It also examines how Facebook was able to find two leakers who told a Gizmodo reporter about its news operations in 2016.
Ever get the feeling that cyber criminals are always at least one step ahead of the authorities and the rest of us? That there is nothing standing between them and your company becoming the next Target, the next Home Depot, the next Yahoo? That it’s just a matter of time before the next massive data breach occurs, further destabilizing consumer trust in our cyber infrastructure.