Corporate executives are increasingly worried that the use of Facebook and Twitter by employees could lead to the exposure of critical corporate data, according to a study released today.
The annual Proofpoint, Inc. study on the security of outbound information found that executives are spending more and more time worrying that employees could unwittingly be including too much proprietary corporate information in e-mails, blog posts, social networks, multimedia channels and text messages.
According to the study, 34% of U.S. companies surveyed have been affected by the exposure of sensitive or embarrassing information during the past year. And 45% are "highly concerned" about the possibility of such information leaking out via social networking sites.
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