INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FORCULTURAL PROPERTY PROTECTION
Social Media and the Emerging Threat Landscape
As we continue to think about different ways to protect our cultural institutions, we need to stay ahead of the curve and gather as much information as possible, as early as possible. This session will include topics regarding how to identify potential threats to your institution, and improve your overall security platform, by monitoring social media. Presenters will provide case studies on the benefits gained from monitoring what is openly available to us all. Session leaders will provide data that demonstrates how the monitoring and using social media websites can increase the overall security awareness of your institution.
Don't miss this very timely and critically important presentation, recorded during IFCPP’s 21st Annual Conference, and originally aired on October 9
When: Immediately upon registration completions
Cost: Free to IFCPP Members
Presented by: Armando Leon, CIPM II, and Michael-John Waite, CIPM II from The Museum of the Bible
Registration will include access to the recorded presentation for ongoing reference. This recently recorded webcast will be available for you to watch from the link sent in your confirmation email.
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