CoNetrix is pleased to announce the release of tandem Social Media Management, the newest module of the tandem Security and Compliance online software suite. tandem Social Media Management is designed to help financial institutions develop and maintain a social media management program that includes processes to develop a risk management program, manage social media posts, and monitor social media activity.
tandem Social Media Management was first released in beta on
• Social Media Risk Management Program – Designed specifically for financial institutions to develop and manage a compliance and risk management program, including governance, policies and procedures, third-party management, training, oversight, audit and compliance, and reporting. The Social Media Risk Management Program is based on FFIEC Social Media guidance.
• Social Media Post Management System – Allows you to create, approve, and manage your social media posts to multiple outlets from one location.
• Social Media Tracking – To track, monitor, and report on information posted about your institution. Social Media Tracking is expected to be released by 4th quarter of 2014.
Some features of the tandem Social Media Management software include: management of all social posts from one location, simultaneous posting to different social media sites (e.g.
About tandem Security and
About CoNetrix: CoNetrix is a full-service information security and technology consulting firm with roots dating back to 1977. Founded in
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