Social Media: Risks and Dangers
Does your firm allow its employees to contact clients through Facebook? Are your employees doing it anyway? Social media can be a powerful tool for your business by allowing you to communicate directly with your clients in real time, but it can also expose you to new and sometimes unpredictable exposure risks. And even if your firm is not using social media, there’s a good chance your employees are. This seminar will introduce you to the risks associated with popular platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and personal and professional blogs, while offering helpful insight into creating a company policy that will direct how social media can and should be used within your business.
|Item Number||Date||Time||CPE Credit||Cost|
|AT-WSM200||Thursday, December 16th||12:00-1:40PM EST||2.0||$98 Member
- Outline how to create a company policy for social media
- Identify potential liability issues and other risks
- Describe specific consequences of improper use of social media
- Provide guidance on how to mitigate risks
Who Should Attend:
All CPAs and staff of accounting firms who are using or considering using social media for business purposes should participate in this seminar. Partners, managers, and employees at all levels are encouraged to attend, as the topics covered will be relevant to all CPAs, and the different perspectives will provide for a very informative discussion.