Responsibly Social: Governing The Digital World
Our new report explores the issues
As is becoming more and more clear, governance, clear guidelines and effective policy training and communication are paramount as the use of social media continues to rise. In our new special report Responsibly Social: Governing the Digital World articles address the following topics and more:
Banks: It’s Time To Leverage Social Media For Critical Discourse
The SEC has called it “landscape shifting” – social media takes a typical face-to-face, adviser-client exchange and transforms it into a multi-party experience in which the users drive the content.
As clients and employees continue to build their presence on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, forums and blogs, the conversation is opening up alongside the increasing number of regulations that dictate the rules of corporate responsibility.
Ia Brief: State Laws May Require Firms To Re-Think Social Media Policies
Federal and state privacy legislation aiming to protect against employer access to private social media websites may put Broker-Dealers and Investment Advisers in a bind – unable to fully supervise certain social-media and electronic communications used by their representatives.
The Social Media Side Of Incident Response
It is important for compliance professionals and other managers in a company to consider how it uses its social media communications when tackling incident response. Even with a crisis communication process already in place, one must make sure it includes the use of social media as instruments in relaying information to the public.
Risk Management In An Evolving World: The Case For Social Media Governance
Social media vehicles such as Internet forums, blogs, podcasts, and tweeting are becoming a key element of business strategy. From engaging customers in real time, to adding sales channels and enhancing market research, organizations are discovering new ways to use social media. As the evolution continues, innovative organizations will find even more ways to increase the return on their social media investments.
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