How Social Media Postings Can Lead to Significant Liability and Penalties

Failure to police social media postings by corporate insiders can result in reputational harm, litigation, financial penalties, and mandated governance and oversight changes. But what are the recommended best practices to mitigate such risks?

Writing for InfoSecurity Magazine, Alan Brill, Senior Managing Director in Kroll’s Cyber Risk practice and Ken Joseph, Managing Director, in the Disputes and Investigations practice of Duff & Phelps, offer five best-practices recommendations based on the SEC's latest enforcement actions. 

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