Gary Bahadur, CISSP, is the founder of KRAA Security and a social media security consultancy. He was co-founder and Chief Information Officer of Foundstone, Inc., a security vulnerability risk management firm that provided security consulting and training services and technical infrastructure implementation and was sold to McAfee in 2004. Mr. Bahadur is a frequent speaker at security conferences and writes for a number of security-related publications, including Information Security Magazine and SysAdmin Magazine.
Jason Inasi is CEO and creative director at The Factory Interactive, a Miami-based digital design and identity development agency specializing in brand identity, SEO, mobile and Web applications, and business-to-business collaboration. He speaks widely on social media.
Alex de Carvalho is VP of Business Development & Community at VoxMed, co-founder of The Startup Forum, director of social media at Medimix International, and adjunct professor of social media at the University of Miami. He has more than 15 years of experience directing business development at online media and mobile content companies.
Well-written, easy to read, and provide straightforward answers to a cutting-edge issue.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn more about the risks introduced by social media and how to manage those risks.
In the book, the authors detail a framework for analyzing the corporate threats that arise from social media.
This book is a great starting point for organizations looking to develop a strategy and to manage their online reputation. Read morePublished 21 months ago by M. Fernandes
This book is far ahead of its time. I run business intelligence for an international logistics company and it's the first of its kind I've see to be appropriate for people who are... Read morePublished on May 10, 2012 by BizIntel789
Excellent. Should be required reading for everyone in the digital age. Well-written, easy to read, and provide straightforward answers to a cutting-edge issue.Published on January 17, 2012 by James Stepan