Securing Your Social Campus: How to Prevent a Social Media Crisis
All it takes to put your school’s brand at risk is one malicious or negligent employee—or an enterprising hacker.
What would it cost your school if you lost control of your social media accounts? Damage to your brand? A reduction in enrollments next year? A decrease in funding and donations? These are all likely outcomes following an attack on your social media accounts.
Social media security isn’t just about building effective security measures. It’s also about proactive monitoring of the social media universe so you can detect fraudulent activity and address potential threats to your reputation.
Watch this webinar with our partner ZeroFOX to gain the knowledge you need to protect your brand from internal and external threats.
Watch this 60-minute webinar to learn about:
Securing your social media accounts using permissions, approvals, and effective education
Mitigating the risk of impersonator accounts, phishing attacks, and other external risks through proactive monitoring
Watch now and discover how to build engagement on social media without putting your school’s brand at risk.
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Phil ChattertonDirector of Enterprise, Public Sector
Phil brings over 15 years of experience to his role as director of enterprise, public sector at Hootsuite. He partners with Hootsuite’s higher education customers to build effective digital strategies.
Ali CannavinoSenior Manager, Strategic Partnerships, ZeroFOX
Ali leverages over 10 years of experience in digital marketing and advertising to help brands learn about protecting their social media assets through intelligent, machine learning software. Ali has a history of strong relationship driven partnerships across wide variety of industry verticals including hospitality, B2B, fashion, legal, retail/CPG and entertainment. She looks at social media protection holistically and helps develop reasonable and attainable solutions.
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