Criminals, competitors, journalists, and foreign governments, all have an interest in attacking companies’ most valuable assets: confidential customer information, intellectual property and confidential discussions.
Employees volunteer information about their job and their company on social media. How can organisations keep up with the constantly shifting threats and still take advantage of the opportunities provided by web 2.0 (social networks, blogs, tweets) to reinforce their image and spread their message to a wide audience?
IRM and the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) have joined forces to find out more about how these risks are perceived and managed, and we are asking IRM and FERMA members to help with a short survey.
The results will be part of a report that will be delivered to the workshop on risks of the virtual world at the 2011 FERMA Forum from 2-5 October.