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So, does your biz have a social media policy?

Even though we now shop online, bank online, and even find our spouses online, there are still folks out there meeting news of vicious social media attacks with, “It’s just the internet. 802 more words

You cannot ensure you will not have a data breach, but can you insure against it?

For insurance companies, each large scale data breach news story is like free advertising for data breach protection policies. Due to the increased awareness, more business are purchasing policies to protect against the risks of insurance, according to a recent story in the Boston Globe and reports from insurer Liberty Mutual. 192 more words

Corporate Policies

The Tory minister, the fake Sophie Wittams profile, & data security

The hilarious-if-it-wasn’t-so-tragic incident of Tory minister Brooks Newmark sending dodgy pictures to a male journalist pretending to be a female party worker raises an interesting data security issue for business. 745 more words

Social Media

Are mobile devices a threat to your business?

How many of your employees have smart phones? Probably a high percentage. If so, do you recognise the risks that employees with smart phones can pose to your organisation? 448 more words

Social Media Risk Management

Corporate protectionism isn't as un-American as you think

Siemens sweetened its bid for Alstom’s energy units Monday in an effort to finally woo not only the company, but also, more importantly, French officials. 525 more words


Fast Food Workers Across the World Protest Pay

Updated 1:15 p.m. E.T.

Fast food workers demanding higher wages staged strikes in dozens of cities across as many as 30 countries Thursday, alongside 150 similar protests planned in the United States. 250 more words