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Building a perfect pitch? The story is in the data


PR pros need a data-driven strategy to reach their goals of securing high-impact media coverage for their brands. This means that pitching must start with the right data and end with measurement. Also, make sure that it’s compliant with privacy laws such as GDPR. The story is in the data appeared first on Onclusive.

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How to Develop a Corporate Policy for Employee Use of AI: A Guide for Automotive Suppliers

Bianchi Biz Blog

As generative AI tools continue to gain popularity in the workplace, it has become increasingly evident that automotive suppliers need to consider establishing a corporate policy that governs their employees’ use of these tools. Some companies will want to limit the use of AI tools to conducting research or analyzing data.


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ChatGPT doesn’t keep secrets–and many leaders say colleagues may have over-disclosed proprietary data to generative AI tools

Agility PR Solutions

While professionals at every level recognize the benefits of generative AI—citing employee productivity, higher-quality output and cost savings—they are also acknowledging the risks of using the tech in the enterprise, especially related to data privacy and the inability to ensure message consistency.

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Accidental data breaches are on the rise—is corporate email to blame?

Agility PR Solutions

As fears of compromised privacy and data breaches looms over Corporate America, new research from email security firm Egress reveals that nearly half (44 percent) of execs believe employees have erroneously exposed personally identifiable information (PII) or business-sensitive information using their company email account.

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When A Privacy Breach Is A PR Crisis: How To Avoid It

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

The best privacy crisis is the one that doesn’t happen, of course. This is a no-brainer, but it needs to be read and understood by every employee and vendor/partner of any organization that’s at risk — and that means everyone. Convey a “commonsense” digital communications policy to employees.

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Trend: CEOs posting employee-only memos on personal LinkedIn profiles (and other social media sites)

Communications Conversations

It’s the notion of CEOs sharing employee-only messages with external audiences. It addressed what I’m sure was a fairly anxious Microsoft employee base and talked about the company’s mission and steps they were taking to assist in the virus efforts around the world. ” Same message. First, internally.

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The Future of Security PR in the Face of Cyber Threats


Data breaches, ransomware attacks, and disinformation campaigns can cripple operations, and erode users and customers, leaving brands scrambling for damage control. One data breach, splashed across news feeds and social media can shatter that image for years. This is where PR steps in.

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