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Social media data risks: Take steps now to improve your security posture

Who owns social media in your organization? The likely answer: Who doesn’t? From management to marketing to IT, multiple functions within your organization have oversight, responsibility and/or involvement with social media data on a daily basis.

Baker Tilly’s cybersecurity specialists explain important steps you and your business should take to safeguard critical social media and other information before making it publicly available. More importantly, learn methods to assess your overall exposure, determine vulnerabilities and help reduce your attack surface on social media.

Key learning objectives

  • Identify six key areas that make up your organization’s social media footprint
  • List social media data risk exposures and vulnerabilities
  • Evaluate social media management controls and policies in place and their effectiveness
  • Apply actionable recommendations for strengthening your cybersecurity posture on social media

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly’s risk specialists can help, contact our team.

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