White Paper: Why Infosec Needs to Care About Social Media
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A security team's guide to collaboratively remediating social media risks
The information security team’s role has changed significantly
over the last few decades. Ten years ago infosec was laser
focused on securing the endpoint, getting a handle on the
extended network perimeter, and minimising the potential
attack surface. Today, the information security team’s charter is
much more complex.
Yes, infosec is still tasked with protecting the organisation from all potential information, technology, and digital risks, but the new twist is that they must do this while enabling more connectivity, mobility, and engagement across the organisation. Security must now facilitate the expansion of the attack surface, something that runs counter to every fibre of security best practices.
Social media swim lanes
In order for each department to achieve their goals, they must know where their responsibilities fall and how to work collaboratively to solve the security and business risks presented by social media.