VB 2009: Stefan Tanase on Web 2.0 Threats and Anti-Social Networking

Digital Underground podcast with Dennis Fisher
Dennis Fisher talks with Stefan Tanase, senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab, live from Virus Bulletin 2009 about the threats on social networking sites and the privacy and security concerns presented by Web 2.0 technologies.  Here are the slides from Tanase’s presentation.

Digital Underground podcast with Dennis Fisher

Dennis Fisher talks with Stefan Tanase, senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab, live from Virus Bulletin 2009 about the threats on social networking sites and the privacy and security concerns presented by Web 2.0 technologies.  Here are the slides from Tanase’s presentation.

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