How it really happened : NINJIO Season 4, Episode 3, Up, Upvote, and Away


In NINJIO’s Season 4, Episode 3, while still a little new at his job with a large, widely-followed company, Chris feels like he has a bit to prove.  This drive leads him to make a few social forum and social media posts detailing non-confirmed company information.  Now he must face the consequences of his actions and learn the meaning of his team’s data classification policies.  Verifying what information is public, and taking great care when posting anything on social media, are crucial in our increasingly online world.


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1 Comment
  • Flinner
    Posted at 06:46h, 21 March

    Great video on being careful on Social Media!