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Forewarned is Forearmed: What Regulated Industries Can Expect in 2015

$3.5 million.

That’s how much a company loses, on average, from a single social media non-compliance incident—in direct financial costs, reputational damage, lost revenue, and associated costs, as reported by Blue Hill Research.

Is your organization agile enough to quickly respond to new compliance requirements?

Learn how to address the current regulatory landscape to ensure social compliance—and how to prepare for new guidelines and regulations—in our upcoming webinar with guest speakers John Hair, KPMG’s Director Risk Consulting and Digital Services, and Forrester Research Analyst Nick Hayes.

Know the Rules: Insights on Navigating Social Compliance

Date: February 19, 2015
Time: 8am PT / 11am ET / 4pm GMT

Register for Webinar

Featuring fact-based predictions for 2015 as well as practical advice, we’ll show you how to assess your organization’s compliance needs—including how to conduct an ongoing review of your infrastructure—and much more, including:

  • How to implement custom policies and company-wide training that meets requirements from major regulatory bodies such as FINRA, HIPAA, and the SEC
  • The implications of the current regulatory landscape on your social strategy—and what you need to know for the coming year
  • What you need to implement, monitor, and review to ensure your organization is compliant such as third party endorsements, disclosure policies, and more

More about our speakers:

Jonathan Reedy
Senior Manager, Enterprise BD for Regulated Markets, Hootsuite
Twitter: @Hoot_jon

JonReedyJonathan is Hootsuite’s Senior Manager, Enterprise Business Development for Regulated Markets and he focuses on building strategic partnerships with the leading brands in compliance, risk and governance. Jonathan has an extensive background in marketing, sales and business development across a range of industries including HRIS, Operational Efficiency Management Consulting and SaaS Technology in the compliance vertical. Fun fact, Jonathan competed in Ski Halfpipe in the X-Games for 5 years and is the 2003 US Open Ski Halfpipe champion.

Nick Hayes
Analyst, Forrester Research
Twitter: @nickhayes10

Nick-Hayes-PRNick’s research is dedicated to the organizational and strategic elements that make up a successful governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) program. This includes a focus on corporate culture, training and awareness, and other human aspects of GRC. Nick also specializes in the emerging risk and compliance challenges of social media, advising clients on how to utilize social channels safely to build and protect company reputation.

John Hair
Director Risk Consulting and Digital Services, KPMG LLP
Twitter: @HJohnHair

John HairJohn serves as KPMG LLP’s (KPMG) lead for Risk and Compliance Services in the area of social media and is a passionate advocate for responsible use of social media and the power it brings to KPMG’s global client base. John possesses a track record of more than 25 years of development and operational management success, concentrating on new technology adoption across all industries and geographies. Prior to KPMG, he spent 15 years working at the executive level of major financial service organizations in Europe delivering technology solutions to address complex issues such as the consolidation of operations and increased regulatory control. John also holds leadership roles in KPMG’s Diversity Network and Convene Chicago, a networking platform designed to connect Chicago’s business, civic, and academic communities.