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What is CyberStalking? [Infographic]

This is a follow-up post to Oversharing: Your Biggest Cybersecurity Risk Could be You [Infographic].  “[W]here does curiosity end and cyber-stalking begin? Psychologist Dr Emma Short has told Newsbeat that people don’t always know when they’re crossing the line,” states Emily Thomas, author of Cyber-stalking: When looking at other people online becomes a problem.

Although the risks of cyber-stalking are often associated with a romantic context, anyone online can draw the attention of someone who is overly interested and fixated. This means that those who must maintain a robust online public presence for professional reasons also benefit from learning:

  • What cyber-stalking is
  • What types of risks and consequences are associated with it
  • Actionable prevention tips.

The following infographic provides exactly that. Enjoy! Read more of this post

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The Underbelly of Online Social Networking: Stalking & Other Obsessive Behavior

For many professionals, the Internet is a valuable supplemental tool for promoting themselves as well as for meeting new and valuable contacts. Like other life phenomena however, building social connections over the Internet is not without risks, and this becomes very apparent when one experiences a rare encounter with a very attached individual. Read more of this post

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