Social Media Breakfast Tech Valley #13
Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Topic: Social Media Security
Format: Panel Presentation
Description: In today's workplace, social media is no longer an ignorable facet of an employee's extracurricular time. Whether you and your employees are logging in to Facebook on your lunch hour, or developing a social media plan for your business, you need a social media policy. Social media use in the office can impact the security of your organization in a variety of ways you may not have considered. Our panelists will approach social media security from several disciplines, and help you make sense of best practices to keep you and your organization safe.
When: Thursday, November 15, 8am-10am
Where: The Linda, 339 Central Avenue, Albany, NY
Reg Harnish, Founder and Chief Security Strategist, GreyCastle
Reg Harnish is the Founder of GreyCastle Security. With over 10 years of experience in security solutions for Financial Services, Healthcare, Higher Education and other industries, Reg focuses on implementations of ISO and NIST standards ranging from risk management, incident response and regulatory compliance to network, application and physical security. Bringing a unique perspective to information and physical security, Reg works to promote awareness, establish security fundamentals and reduce risk for all clients.
Rose Miller, HR Consultant/Owner at Pinnacle Human Resources, LLC
Rose is the Owner of Pinnacle Human Resources, LLC. Rose has over 25 years of experience in both large and small companies. Rose’s primary area of expertise is in consulting related to human resources support that helps clients reduce costs, focus on their core business, reduce administration and provide expert HR consulting to clients. Rose will be approaching social media and its security implications from an HR perspective.
Mike Billok, Management-Side Labor & Employment Attorney, Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC
Mike is an experienced labor and employment attorney in Bond, Schoeneck & King’s Albany office. He represent clients—as both litigator and counselor—in matters regarding the Fair Labor Standards Act, the New York State Labor Law, Title VII and other anti-discrimination and retaliation laws, the Family and Medical Leave Act, trade secrets, arbitrations, and workplace investigations. Mike will be bringing the SMBTV audience up to speed on the legal issues surrounding Social Media use in the workplace.
Thanks to our sponsor EBiz Docs, Inc.