Technology’s rapid advancement allows people to share, spread, and gather information at faster rates than ever before. Millions of individuals residing around the globe update statuses, tweet, and post to social media profiles every day. The rising influence of social media and the instantaneous publication of information on social media platforms creates the need for businesses to protect themselves. Every business should have a social media policy in its employee manual for new staff to sign and return.
Social Media provides practices with a cost-free method of distributing information. Practices use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google Plus to highlight their expertise and to develop clear brand personalities. In recent years, the importance of maintaining a positive online reputation has grown exponentially. Negative social media posts and commentary, especially from an employee, can produce devastating blows to a practice’s hard-earned positive online presence.
Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. of Oberman Law Firm discusses Cyber Security, “the unknown risk.” Learn how to protect yourself from damaging data breaches that could jeopardize patient information.