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As increasingly popular places to chat and post photos of family members and acquaintances, social networking sites can seem benign enough. But therein lurk socalled “friends” who, if you let guard down, could make you the victim of their next malware attack.

That’s a message you’ll hear from Steve Attias, a first vice president and chief information security officer at New York Life Insurance Company, who will be presenting here today at 3:15 p.m. in a session on: “The Information Security Implications of Social Networking.”

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