Five Backdoor Entrances You Need to Secure - Slide 2

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Most social networking activity is concerned with community spirit and sharing of a wide range of data including documents, music, video and links. The biggest problem here is trust. People trust people that they know, or that they think they know. This means that users are more likely to click an infected link if it comes from a trusted colleague or friend.

Businesses need to beef up their security policy. Only 23 percent of companies have security policies in place that specifically address social media. Offer staff guidelines to keep them and your company network safe.

Corporate security is serious business, but you may not realize it if you're leaving the back door open to cyber criminals.

If you’re not sure, it can be a daunting task to constantly monitor for new and emerging threats that come through a variety of channels. That’s why AVG Technologies has shared the top five backdoor entrances you should know.

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