Social Media: Corporate Do's and Don'ts

How to Maintain Access and Ownership
Social Media: Corporate Do's and Don'ts
My colleagues and I often need access to company-related social network sites in the course of gathering evidence. The last thing we want is a dispute over who owns a site and who can regulate access to it. This article requires a full-access membership (free).
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About the Author

Alan Brill

Alan Brill

Senior Managing Director, Kroll

Brill, Senior Managing Director of Kroll Cyber Security, holds a number of esteemed certifications in the privacy and security sector, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (or CISSP) and Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (FAAFS).  Credited as the founder of Kroll's global, high-tech investigations practice, Alan is author and co-author of five books, has testified before court and governmental committees, and has been an instructor for the FBI and Secret Service, among others.




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