The presentation, “Just Among Friends. Common Sense & Social Media”, will cover the current social media environment, how it has shifted the concept of privacy and review the industries most at risk with inappropriate social media use.
The session will outline the impact this disruptive technology has had on the relationship between organizations and their customers. We will discuss how social media users can successfully utilize the tools available to them, without incurring undue risk to the organizations to which they belong.
The presentation will also touch on the current legal environment that surrounds social media litigation, what federal or state guidance is available for leadership to set appropriate policies and how to craft successful use strategies.
Finally, We will provide tips and strategies on how to deal with this rapidly changing medium that will also help protect your organization from liability.
1. Understanding the Risk
2. Controlling Your Message in Social Media
3. Discussion on Social Media Policies and the Law
4. Tips and Strategies for Healthcare Organizations
The session will also provide a deliverable in the form of a Tip Sheet.
- Understanding the Risk in Social Media
- Controlling Your Message in Social Media
- Discussion on Social Media Policies and the Law
- Tips and Strategies for "At Risk" Organizations
About Mike Meikle
Mike Meikle has over fifteen years experience within information technology and security across financial, healthcare, manufacturing and government markets. He has significant education in governance, risk, security and compliance methodologies along with their practical application in the enterprise.
His certifications include Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Six Sigma Green Belt and NSA ProTrack.
Mr. Meikle is an accomplished speaker on health care, security and compliance topics. Recent clients have included NCHICA, ADAM, Intel, HIMSS, ExecSense and TalkingWork.
He is also a published writer on consulting, security and technology topics. His contributions have appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, CNBC, Medical Office Today, CIO Magazine & American Medical News.
He can always be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org