Digital Crisis PR
Digital Crisis PR aims to help you proactively plan for and manage any digital crisis situation.
It is part of the HUB Talks podcast which covers critical issues at the intersection of business and law.
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In this episode, Andy Wright and Desiree Moore provide a series of quick tips about managing bet-the-company crises, from congressional investigations to data security incidents to C-Suite events and more.
A digital crisis can happen to any company. What can make or break you is how you communicate, both internally and externally.
What should companies, universities, or other institutions do in the face of a crisis?
Spotting online imposters isn’t always easy.
In today’s digital world, companies must have social media policies and procedures in place.
Companies are vulnerable to all sorts of social media attacks, from a disgruntled employee spreading negative information to irresponsible social media use by a member of the C-suite.
In this episode, we are flipping the script.
Whether posted by customers, employees, or others, negative online reviews can be damaging to your business.
Whether you are an individual, a start-up, or a multi-million dollar corporation, there is an art to removal−or “takedowns”− of unlawful content or negative reviews that have been posted about you or your business online.
Distressed businesses can be particularly vulnerable to digital crises as news about their financial health can spread quickly on the internet.
When it comes to digital threats, universities must protect not only a broad and deeply layered infrastructure, but also vast populations of students.
Digital crises spread at a rapid-fire pace and have a lasting impact on your brand, reputation, goodwill and bottom line.
Today’s world demands a multifaceted approach to digital content that can negatively affect your business.