Facebook is all the rage, so it shouldn’t come as much of a shock that the company suffered a security breach earlier this week. Certainly a security issue for Facebook is quite a bit different than one for Nationwide or Allstate.

Having your financial information exposed to hackers is scarier than what intruders were able to find on Facebook, but that doesn’t minimize the betrayal users feel. People trust Facebook to keep that information somewhat private and users affected by this are no doubt feeling a little let down.

Kristin Burnham has an interesting article online for CIO magazine about the security efforts being made by Facebook. One in particular should have some significance for any company that has remote workers. She writes:

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