October 22

Security Roundtable for October 11, 2008 – Social Media Ethics

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The world of blogging, podcasting and social media is a dynamic –and dominant – force in the way individuals share and consume information. In this fast-paced approach to sharing, we stop to consider the ethics involved.

With the help of Jennifer Leggio  – social media expert, former journalist and friend of the Security Roundtable – we tackle the issue of ethics. During this highly informative roundtable discussion, we tackle the responsibility (and credibility) of bloggers, podcasters and especially the individual responsibility of those consuming the information.

This episode is packed with ideas and comments that will get the juices flowing. If you want to continue to conversation with us – join us in the Security Catalyst Community (just pay attention to the naming standard – you must use your real name).

Learn more about the participants:

Jennifer Leggio

http://blogs.zdnet.com/feeds/

http://mediaphyter.wordpress.com/

http://twitter.com/mediaphyter

Martin McKeay

http://www.mckeay.net/

http://netsecpodcast.com/

http://twitter.com/mckeay

Michael Santarcangelo

http://securitycatalyst.com/

http://www.intothebreach.com/ (books now available – eBook or hardcover)

http://twitter.com/catalyst


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