Social Media and Security

Social media applications on a smartphone

Last week, I posted on thoughts about where organizational cyber-security responsibilities should be assigned. This week, I…

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Crisis Communications: Context and Clarity

I recently saw, on social media, a political cartoon from 1941 with a question from the person…

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Leakage is our Best Weapon

Recently, experts gathered via a Firestorm Virtual Exercise to discuss the threat of violence facing our nation…

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Chicago RIMS Chapter Session 1 – The Safety Sides of Social

  Chicago RIMS is pleased to welcome Chief Intelligence Officer of Crisis Management firm Firestorm, Karen Masullo,…

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Who Owns Your Social Media Accounts? Think Again

According to the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts, in 2013, over 1,000,000 businesses filed for protection. That number decreased…

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The Hashtag Should Be #StupidSelfie

Houston, we have a selfie. Selfie (N)- A photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one…

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Dusting off the Crisis Communication Plan in the Wake of Social Media

Dr. Alisa Agozzino is an assistant professor of public relations at Ohio Northern University. Dr. Agozzino’s main…

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Did They Just Happen to Get A Bad Apple Or Do We Need to Pay Closer Attention?

Oops! It happened again! Big shocker, another security breach hits the news but this one is just…

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Hootsuite U Chat Benefits Higher-Ed

We have seen many Twitter chat sessions emerge for many different fields – whether it is for…

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Family Gets Kicked Off Flight After Father Tweets

A father traveling with his two young daughters says he was kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight…

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