Chinese Platforms: Is TikTok the Tip of an Off-Shore Iceberg?
The potential for Chinese platforms to contribute to reshaping business, power, and influence globally could be far reaching. This is particularly so if they were to achieve pre-eminence around the world as preferred social media, e-commerce, and logistics platforms. Currently, their prospects for doing so look good, with growth enabled by four key drivers.
Is it possible to eliminate the risks posed by social media entirely? Probably not, but there can be a happy medium by implementing best practices for social media governance.
A global financial technology company detected an online active shooter threat. With the right process, technology, and analyst team in place, it was able to respond before anyone was harmed.
In contrast to other social media sites, a growing share of users say they regularly get news on TikTok.
A new survey finds that most Americans were exposed to hateful or inflammatory content on social media following the 7 October 2023 Hamas terrorist attack on Israel.
National security policy researcher Peter Raymond shares how China’s global technology influence—especially on social media—is changing risk equations for private organizations and governments worldwide.
By 2033, we will enter a new era of corporate security where a wide range of innovative tools and strategies will be at our disposal, from advanced robotics to cutting-edge surveillance systems.