Social media influencers garner millions of followers and fans, but along with the fame come many security threats. The security and protection lessons learned by these cases can benefit any brand online today.
The response to dis- and misinformation will likely become a critical function for security leaders and risk managers across an enterprise. Find out how disinformation is impacting risk management within organizations and how you can mitigate the risk.
The complexities of corporate security call for truly global visibility and situational awareness. To get there, GSOCs should consider adopting a program of threat intelligence and digital risk protection (DRP) to keep digital assets safe.
Social media campaigns designed to spread false information about companies is a growing issue and will soon be a top-level concern for security professionals and executives in every industry. With misinformation on the rise, here are a few things CSOs and their teams can start doing today to prepare.
Social media is transforming corporate security in fundamental ways. Here are five trends that chief security officers, intelligence analysts and others need to consider when building a social media strategy.