Social Media Security
Leveraging Social Networking While Mitigating Risk
- Michael Cross, Computer Forensic Analyst with the Niagara Regional Police Service, Canada
However, many organizations have stayed away from potential benefits of social networks because of the significant risks associated with them. This book will help an organization understand the risks present in social networks and provide a framework covering policy, training and technology to address those concerns and mitigate the risks presented to leverage social media in their organization. The book also acknowledges that many organizations have already exposed themselves to more risk than they think from social networking and offers strategies for "dialing it back" to retake control.
Information Security professionals and network managers and administrators concerned with social media usage in the enterprise.
- Published: November 2013
- Imprint: SYNGRESS
- ISBN: 978-1-59749-986-6
"...effectively shows the reader how to use social media without getting caught in its myriad security, privacy, risk, and PR weaknesses...a handy resource for firms that are trying to create an effective and secure social media program."--Security Management (online), February 2015
Table of Contents
Defining Social Networking
Why Social Media Is Important
Defining the Organization's Goals for Social Networking Use
Risks Present in Social Networking
Continuous Social Networking Security