CSID’s Social Media Monitoring alerts subscribers of instances where they are sharing personal information via social networking sites – profile information, comments, wall posts and more – which may expose personally identifiable information and put them at risk. It can also alert a subscriber of content that was found within their social network profiles that may damage their reputation like foul language, sexual content, and drug and alcohol references.
Subscribers can monitor their children’s social networks too. Parents receive notifications when content on their child’s social network may indicate instances of cyberbullying, references to weapons, or intended sexual abuse (also known as grooming).
CSID’s Social Media Monitoring service is comprehensive, covering the four main social media networks. Subscribers may connect to the service easily via social media account credentials.