<span>Like, Share and Incriminate - Why Social Media Matters to a Compliance Officer</span> Webcast Replay

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Tom Hollobone, Martin Fischer and Veronique Foulon hosted an interactive webcast on how to identify and mediate potential red flags in social media channels associated with third parties.

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With common search engines like Google only indexing 4-6% of all content online, a vast amount of unstructured and untapped open source data is often not considered as part of your compliance and risk analysis process. During this webcast, we explore the reasons why additional checks outside the search engines might be relevant to you, present case studies where social media channels have identified regulatory and reputational risks for companies and introduce some initial steps you can take to identify issues during your own research processes.

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