SOCIAL MEDIA RISK - HOW HACKERS & TROLLS ATTACK YOUR STAFF, YOUR COMPANY & YOUR MIND
Presentation formats: Keynote, 1 day, 1.5 days
Social media is a dominant force in today’s world of connectedness.A report published by Hootsuite states that there are over 3 billion people using social media today. That is about 40% of the world's population. This has given social media platforms unprecedented power to wreak havoc on societies and individuals.
Initially a perfect platform for scammers, it didn't take long for corporations, governments and malicious actors to want a part of that landscape.
A less discussed component is the risk social media proffers onbattling the human instinct to believe and share bad news, fake news and all news without question. Battling artificial intelligence, trolls and bots is an overwhelming task that has humanity beat at present. Learning how social media works against us, and having strategies to navigate around it, is crucial for humanity today. Nejolla Korris is not only a trainer in this field but also an avid practitioner. She monitors and investigates social media profiles and activity for a variety of clients.She is committed to battling the online disinformation game.
Cybersecurity: The Social Risk
Presentation formats: Keynote, 1 hour, half day, full day Human manipulation is the greatest risk for any corporation. Toss in social media and this risk multiplies immensely. Your employees are on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin every day. Every day, personal and professional information makes its way online. Social media is big data and it now embodies the leading and biggest source of consumer data.
There are many challenges associated with the growth of social networking, big data and social engineering. It is helpful for employers and employees to be cognizant of the dangers associated with its use to protect both the corporation and the employee.
Most people are highly unsuspecting of the risks involved. What should be articulated in your social media policy? Why is it important to understand the implications of social media on an organization and how do you enforce it?
· Social media policies; what is meaningful, what isn’t · Learn to manage corporate risk · Protect the reputation of your brand · Legal implications of data leakage via social media · Social Engineering and how it affects your employees and your organization.