10 Ways to Improve Your Social Media Security Policy and Posture
Create a Clear Social Media Policy
The social media policy should clearly outline what employees can and cannot communicate online. This should be in line with the company's culture, and should be developed with multiple departments, says Joanna Belbey, social media and compliance specialist at Actiance. She also suggests that companies make social media policy collaborative between departments. "Often," she says, "businesses make the mistake of creating social media policies without discussing with other departments or team members. Thus, they roll out plans without any meaningful discussion. It's important to include key stakeholders in the development of social media policy, including legal departments, marketing, and other teams."