Cybersecurity in general is always a hot topic in terms of Crisis Management. However, cyberbullying in the corporate space isn’t always addressed. Erik & Jonathan Bernstein of Bernstein Crisis Management wrote a great blog on the subject. In their article, “Cyberbullying – a Crisis Management Issue“, they discuss what cyberbullying looks like when a business is the victim, why cyberbullying prevention is a crisis management concern, as well as how crisis management training can help.
A growing concern among business owners
Cyberbullying has grown from a niche subject into a hot topic over the past few years. While initial discussion of cyberbullying focused on interactions between young people, today businesses can be, and are being, cyberbullied on an increasingly regular basis.
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Jenny Svenstrup is the Creative Manager at PreparedEx. Jenny is an accomplished graphic designer with 10+ years experience in corporate identity, print/web design, and custom graphics. Jenny, a native of Cape Cod, MA has worked in many fields over the years, from nursing to business management, and traveling the world as crew on sailing yachts. She began her design career freelancing in the New England area until she started JS Graphics and Marketing in 2008. She has worked successfully in both Spain as well as in the US, and has worked with a variety of clients from all over the world. Her speciality and passion are in photo manipulation/retouching, and custom computer graphics. Her creativity is fueled by an addiction to nature, travel, live music and her two young children. Jenny brings to PreparedEx her knowledge and experience to create true-to-life, realistic videos and visuals to the crisis exercises.