On March 13, 2015, I had the opportunity to present a seminar on reputation management for the Philadelphia Chapter of Infragard. If you have not heard of Infragard, it is a non-profit, public-private partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and businesses of all sizes. Infragard’s chapters, spread throughout the United States, present seminars and networking opportunities for its over fifty-thousand members.
My seminar discussed the challenges of reputation management in the Internet Age. Topics included the importance of reputation management, laws effecting online reputation, the right to be forgotten and suggestions for managing a reputation problem, among others. Since a number of audience members requested the slides from my presentation, I have decided to share the entire presentation on the Privacy Initiative’s website. For the slides, click HERE.
Privacy and reputation management go hand in hand because many times privacy breaches lead to reputation problems. It is critical that there are common-sense laws in place to ensure that individuals and businesses have the ability to address malicious privacy breaches to prevent reputation harms.