Facebook has released a guide to security. Written in simple-to-understand terms, the 14-page document encourages users to set strong passwords and log out of their accounts when they are finished. It also address common scams on the social networking site, including clickjacking. The handbook suggests users implement enhanced security settings, including secure browsing, one-time passwords and account activity monitoring. In addition, it explains how Facebook members can recover their accounts if they have been compromised.
Russia-based threat actors have been blamed by Bermuda Premier David Burt for being behind significant internet outages across the British overseas territory and another government in the Caribbean, reports The Record, a news site by cybersecurity firm Recorded Future.