Think you don’t have a social media governance problem? Neither did this football player

We just experienced one of the most highly publicized and bizarre social media blunders ever during the 2016 NFL Draft. A strategic CIO, thinking about social media and the long-term security of his or her company or organization, should not see draft gaffe as simply an isolated incident in the sports world.
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Phillip Lageschulte leads KPMG’s U.S. Advisory Risk Consulting Technology Risk Service Line and is a partner at the firm. He is an accomplished advisory professional with more than 29 years of experience providing information technology consulting and risk advisory services to clients in a variety of industries, including insurance, healthcare, distribution, consumer retail and data services. His advisory services have focused on risk related to technology, including emerging and disruptive technologies (i.e. cloud computing, social media and mobile computing).

Phillip's specialties include IT governance, information security and privacy, business and finance transformation, ERP implementation and optimization, strategic sourcing, regulatory compliance, vendor management, business continuity, IT audit and audit planning and technology integration.

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