In the news | Canadian Family Offices | Raymond Vankrimpen | Oversharing on social media especially risky for the wealthy

Posting on social media can be more than just a digital distraction. Oversharing online can expose entire families to potential reputational embarrassment and harm. Whatever you post “is pretty much there forever,” says our Partner, Raymond Vankrimpen in an interview with Canadian Family Offices. He highlights the importance of not having a false sense of security over what personal information is online. No matter what little details you share on social media platforms and how you decide to share them, not all family members might be practicing the same level of privacy and could easily compromise a family’s security.

Raymond has practiced in the area of information security and privacy for 20 years and understands that cybersecurity “is going to be a massive challenge for society going forward.”

Read the full article .