Social media has been a hot topic in the internal audit world recently—and for good reason. Research has found 43 percent of organizations have no social media policy, and among companies with a policy in place, many fail to address basic issues. In fact, information security and approved use of social media applications are not covered in nearly one in three organizations, according to global business consulting firm Protiviti.
From a risk management perspective, this poses the potential for significant problems ranging from reputational risk to IT infrastructure risk as a result of unchecked exposures to customer, vendor and company information. Contact a BKD advisor to learn more.
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