Posts Tagged 'social media'
There exists, in this world of ours, a term describing the public release of a person’s identity against their will online. It’s called doxxing—Internet-speak for publishing docs, or documents—and it has quickly gone from an obscure Internet term to a tool for digital intimidation. And it can be quite nasty. Those seeking the identity of […]
Today marks the first day of our annual FOCUS 14 Security Conference—we’re extremely proud of this event. For the past six years, McAfee has put its best foot forward to roll out some of the most impressive keynote lineups, product announcements, and breakout sessions that the industry sees from one company in a calendar year. […]
In order to prepare for a big game, athletes train like crazy. For marketers, it’s no different – boosting share of voice or setting record site visits require the same kind of attention and preparation that it takes for athletes to increase their time in the 100M dash. That said, I have some tips for […]
Following the announcement of the 2014 Most Dangerous Celebrities™ earlier this month, our senses have been heightened to scams on the web involving Hollywood’s most famous. Well, it seems our fascination with lifestyles of the rich and famous have led us to yet another attack utilizing well-known celebs to spread malicious software (referred to as […]
The role of the CMO has changed. Social media, mobile devices, and the demand for creative “on-the-go” content are all top of mind initiatives for today’s marketers. The future of marketing is constantly churning, and the industry is no longer in a shift toward digital – it is fully converted. As my role at McAfee […]