Social media security policies: Helping customers understand the threats

In this edition of Patrolling the Channel, Daniel P. Wallace, a Detroit, MI-based information security consultant, discusses how security solution providers can assist customers with secure social media use. Learn how to craft a social media security policy for customers that will allow them to take full advantage of the business benefits of the social media sites while also protecting them from the risks.

Social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn can provide an invaluable benefit to customer companies. But along with that benefit comes inherent security issues that need to be addressed before embracing social networking.

In this edition of Patrolling the Channel, Daniel P. Wallace, a Detroit, MI-based information security consultant, discusses how security solution providers can assist customers with secure social media use. Learn how to craft a social media security policy for customers that will allow them to take full advantage of the business benefits of the social media sites while also protecting them from the risks.

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