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July 26, 2011  10:09 AM

Social Networking: Sense and Sobriety



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, communications policy, content management, risk analysis, security policy, social networking, social networking and criminal, social networking and vacation, social networking crime, social networking liability, social networking security, survey for risk

 

Today’s social networking environment is interesting from a variety of...

June 27, 2011  7:45 AM

Social Intelligence, Part II



Posted by: David Scott
Add new tag, internet security, interviewing, job search, job searching, online identity, online reputation, online security, online wellness, personal security, reputation.com, social intelligence, social intelligence corporation, social network security, social networking

 

Today’s article follows on to yesterday’s


June 25, 2011  8:11 AM

Social Intelligence



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, content management, employee security, Federal Trade Commission, SIC, social intelligence, social intelligence corporation, social networking, social networking peril

 

We’ve discussed online social networking peril here at length, but there...


May 14, 2011  1:18 PM

Facebook vs. Google: I.T. WARS indeed



Posted by: David Scott
Burson-Marsteller, Burson-Marsteller Washington, facebook, Gmail, google, personal information security, Social Circle, social networking

 

By now, many if not most people have heard about Facebook’s so-called “secret” hire of an outside public...


May 3, 2011  3:53 AM

Social Media and Harsh New Realities



Posted by: David Scott
business and social networking, facebook, facebook peril, myspace, myspace peril, small business and social networking, social media, social media and divorce, social media in the workplace, social media peril, social media security, social networking

 

We’ve spoken of social media perils in the past.  For...


March 31, 2011  12:08 PM

Social Networking Redux: Perception Management



Posted by: David Scott
best business practice, business adaptability, business agility, business and IT policy, business and IT, business and IT solutions, business and social networking, business attitude, business beliefs, business breach, business challenge, business change, business communication, business protocol, facebook, facebook peril, myspace, myspace peril, online challenge, online identity, online security, perception management, public relations, small and medium business, small business and social networking, SMB, SMB and social networking, social networking, social networking peril, youtube peril

 

Back in the days of my misspent youth, as CIO in a Fortune100...


March 26, 2011  2:56 PM

Data and Online Security Involve More than Content



Posted by: David Scott
alexandra wallace, Asian students, content awareness, content liability, content propagation, content security, data access, data breach, data breach expense, data propagation, data security, information leak, information management, information propagation, information security, information technology security, internet security, IT and social networking, kids and social networking, online security, social media, social media peril, social media security, social network, social network policy, social networking, UCLA library, web propagation, youtube

 

Security involves so much more than physical protection and...


March 8, 2011  11:32 AM

A Mind Boggler: Social networking peril – again



Posted by: David Scott
douglas co. students, douglas county students, facebook, social networking, student posts

 

I’m not sure there are words to adequately express the true...


January 21, 2011  12:43 PM

107 Trillion E-mails Sent Last Year



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, Add new tag, blog, blog policy, blogging, blogging at work, blogs, business breach, content management, data breach, data security, e-mail policy, e-mail security, human error, pingdom, security policy, social network policy, social networking, social networking and business

 

Don’t Miss the Obvious: ...


November 17, 2010  8:54 AM

Half of All Organizations Ban Access to Social Networking Sites



Posted by: David Scott
AOL, business policy, business practice, facebook, facebook e-mail, facebook email, IT policy, IT practice, myspace, social networking

Interesting news comes to us that half, or slightly more depending on the survey, of all organizations are banning access to social networking sites.  (You may wish to see my earlier...


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