The Digital Exhaust Removal course is a series of 4 classes designed to instruct InfraGard attendees who work in critical infrastructure and key resources in the planning, assessment, and mitigation of their personal and/or organizations digital exhaust/digital footprint. The objective of this course is to make attendees aware of the dangers digital exhaust has on their professional and personal lives especially if they work with or in the US critical infrastructure and key resources (CIKR) arena. Attendees will learn the correct terminology as well as how to proceed in searching for and reducing / mitigating organizational and personal digital exhaust vulnerabilities that threat actors may leverage to attack or access their organizations networks to steal intellectual property, financial data or breach personally identifiable information (PII).
1. Starting your social media digital exhaust removal process (where to start)
2. Browser lockdown to reduce digital exhaust (Stop-the-digital-bleed)
3. Opting out process from people search and data aggregation sites (step-by-step example and best practices)
4. Google search results and process for removal of search results and images
Subject Matter Expert (SME) is C-T Watch, Inc. OSINT investigator and has Subject matter expertise in communicating and marketing digital technologies, open-source research intelligence (OSINT), social media intelligence (SOCMINT) collection.
Who Should Attend:
Open to all. Target audience are Critical Infrastructure Protection and Key Resource (CIKR) Partners, InfraGard members, Telecommunication Operators, Crime Analysts, Criminal Intelligence Analysts and Fusion Center partners and law enforcement.