Up until recently the role of social media monitoring and moderation has been held within the remit of digital and communications departments. However, times are changing and issues such as data protection breaches, cyber security, IP & copyright infringement and privacy threats are forcing the rest of us to sit up and take notice.
From 25 May 2018, all companies operating in the EU must be ready for a new era of regulation coming into force.
Known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this new EU regulation sets the bar high for legal, compliance and cyber security professionals to quickly fall in line and ensure their organisation’s online channels are moderated and secure.
If not there will be serious repercussions for those that are in breach of this, including hefty fines for non-compliance; in some cases as high as 4% of a company's total worldwide annual turnover for the preceding financial year.
To find out more about GPDR and it's implications for your business, Crisp wil be hosting a special Breakfast Briefing for legal, compliance and cyber security professionals in the Goring Hotel, London on June 8.
What: 'GDPR: Are You Ready For 2018?'
Who: Legal, Compliance and Cyber Security Professionals
Speaker: Caroline Skipsey, Head of Reputation and Social Media Risk
Where: Goring Hotel, London
When: 8 June 2016, 8 am - 10am
What You Need To Know About GDPR And Social Media Risk
During her session, Caroline Skipsey will speak about the introduction of GDPR and the challenges it will present to companies operating in this region, including those hefty fines.
The clock is ticking and the stakes are high.
Are you ready?
To register for this free event please contact us on email@example.com. Please book early as spaces are limited.
Crisp has an unrivaled experience working with more than 150 companies around the globe to moderate and monitor their social media content 365 days a year.
About The Speaker
Caroline has more than 20 years of strategic, legal and crisis management experience within the media and digital industries.
She has worked with clients and their cyber, compliance, risk and legal advisors to give support in the areas of social media risk. She offers expert advice on industry social media risk, compliance and regulatory reporting, managing opinion and conversations online, and advises on online ‘take down’ processes.
Caroline’s knowledge helps companies deal with inappropriate, defamatory and unsubstantiated content online whilst ensuring positive and branding content is syndicated.