— Kevin Jolly was shocked when he saw his photos on Facebook accompanying a fake and rude profile.
“He portrayed me as a very flamboyant gay man who wanted to share his sexual desires in a very, very graphic way,” said Jolly.
“A lot of times they go online and they think they’re really invincible and by not setting their privacy settings they’re exposing themselves to anybody who doesn’t have access to their friend’s list,” said Terry Cutler, an ethical hacker.
I’m a government cleared cybersecurity expert (a Certified Ethical Hacker), and the Vice-President of Cyber at SIRCO, an investigations and protections firm in Montréal, Canada.
I’m also a frequent contributor to National & Global media reportage about cyber-crime, spying, security failures, internet scams, and the real social network dangers that families and individuals face every day.
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