Gasp! Lindsay Lohan violates Facebook’s Terms of Service

Kelli TaralaWeb 2.0

The Los Angeles Times reported earlier this week that Lohan gave Facebook folks an earful (ironically on MySpace) for supposedly erroneously disabling her real account. Celebrities often have difficulties securing their online identities. This was not another case of mistaken identity, this was a case of violating the TOS. Facebook most likely disabled her account […]

Welcome to the Enclave Security / AuditScripts Blogs

James TaralaAssurance

Welcome to the Enclave Security blogs page! This is our new location for publishing information that we hope will be helpful to the information security community as a whole. Often times we’re asked, where is that resource located, or where can I find more information on that, or have you ever seen this before? Well, […]

Welcome to the Enclave Security Blogs

James TaralaAssurance

Welcome to the Enclave Security blogs page! This is our new location for publishing information that we hope will be helpful to the information security community as a whole. Often times we’re asked, where is that resource located, or where can I find more information on that, or have you ever seen this before? Well, […]

Data Theft and Least Privilege

Kelli TaralaAssurance, Data Leakage Protection (DLP)

Security vendor Cyber-Ark recently released a survey that 71 percent of employees globally said they would steal sensitive data if they were fired suddenly. The information stolen from current employers could be sold to competitors as an act of corporate espionage or used as negotiating tools in their current situation. The tool of choice would […]