Managing Online Risk Chapter 6 Add. Resources

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Approaches to Content

These are resources are to help you apply some of the concepts, best practices, and lessons learned from the content in each chapter. Most of them are in addition to what are already listed in the book and serve to complement the highlighted resources in the chapters. Post in the comments others that you would recommend.

  1. Managing Intellectual Property Magazine (US) http://www.managingip.com/us
  2. Creative Commons Licenses https://creativecommons.org
  3. US Copyright Office Official Website http://www.copyright.gov
  4. US Patent & Trademark Office Official Website http://www.uspto.gov
  5. World Intellectual Property Organization Website (WIPO) http://www.wipo.int/

Managing Online Risk Chapter 6 Questions

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These questions are to help you apply some of the concepts, best practices, and lessons learned from the content in each chapter. You can use them in individual reflection, or present them to your security team for group feedback and discussion.

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Approaches to Content

  1. Who is in charge of online content management for your company?
  2. Who is in charge of monitoring your company’s intellectual property rights? Have they done an online IP rights search to check for unauthorized accounts and/or unauthorized use of the company’s IP assets (i.e. logo, photos).
  3. Who is responsible in your company to monitor for false online statements against your company or posted by an employee and/or affiliate of your company?
  4. Does your company have Errors and Omissions Insurance and does it protect against online/digital activity or IP violations?
  5. Share your insights from Chapter 6 with your content and legal departments.

Chapter 6: Approaches to Content Summary

WCChap6This chapter looks specifically at data that is created for the digital space, the intellectual property rights and value they provide for a corporation, the risks of theft of intellectual property, the risks the content may create for the corporation (such as defamation, anti-competitive acts, etc.), and best practices to reduce those risks, as well as strategies on what to do if theft occurs.