FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Book: Securing the Click- Network Security in the Age of Social Media, has been released by Gary Bahadur through McGraw-Hill
This month, Gary Bahadur, Jason Inasi and Alex de Carvalho have release the first book on Social Media security practices for corporations to protect themselves from malicious users, employees and competitors.
Miami, FL, October 2011 — This month, Gary Bahadur (CEO of KRAA Security and Razient), Jason Inasi and Alex de Carvalho have release the first book on Social Media security practices for corporations to protect themselves from malicious users, employees and competitors. Securing the Clicks, available on Amazon, http://astore.amazon.com/garybahcom-20/detail/0071769056, is a practical guide for implementing strategies to address the variety of risks a company faces from the social media landscape.Corporations and professionals will face challenges in monitoring the online conversations for mentions of their products, brands, services, customer service, key employees, for identifying trademark infringements and copyright violations, and for understanding trends in their industry and the competitive landscape. Companies will additionally face challenges in determining the influence of people, as well as the impact of their mentions and how a security breach can easily spread or go beyond current crisis management strategies. This book provides practical guidance to secure the use of social media in the following areas:
The framework of the book is the H.U.M.O.R. Matrix which covers the 5 key elements of social media security; Human Resources, Utilization of Resources, Monetary Usage, Operations and Reputation Management.
About Gary Bahadur:
Gary is the founder of KRAA Security (www.kraasecurity.com) and Razient (ww.razient.com), with over 15 years experience in the information security and technology industry. Gary was the cofounder and CIO of Foundstone Inc a $20M security vulnerability risk management. He conducted business development, corporate strategy development, client management, information systems development, consultant management, public speaking engagements and conducted security consulting engagements for Fortune 100 companies against NIST, COBIT, SOX, HIPAA and other standards. Foundstone was sold to McAfee in 2004. He is also author or Privacy Defended and Windows XP Professional Security.
Gary is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and is available to speak at events on the topics of Security and Social Media.