Tag Archives: social media regulations

Social Media Archiving for Regulated & Non-Regulated Industries

Let’s talk about social media communication and record retention. That’s right — archiving. Riveting stuff, we know. But really — keeping strong archives could be the difference between happiness, sunshine, and lollipops or facing fines, lawsuits, & PR nightmares. Yikes. If you’re in a regulated industry like finance, healthcare, or pharmaceuticals – archiving your social […]

Healthcare: 3 Tips To Safely Enter The Digital Landscape

Certain industries such as healthcare have faced challenges implementing social media due to privacy compliance issues. The HIPAA Security Rule, on the books since 2005, establishes standards of protection for personal electronic health information that is created, received, used, or maintained by any health organization. This includes messaging transmitted via social media – which means it’s […]

Updated Social Media Guidance from the FFIEC: Is Your Bank Still Compliant?

December 2013 – UPDATE:   Nearly one year after putting out a proposed guidance on social media use for financial institutions, the FFIEC issued “Social Media: Consumer Compliance Risk Management Guidance.” This guidance has been adopted by FFIEC member organizations, including the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Board of Governors of the […]