Title: INFRAGARD NATIONAL MEMBERS ALLIANCE WORKSHOP: Introduction to Digital Exhaust, Compromised Digital Identities, and Mitigating Digital Threats to One’s Personal Protection and Physical Security
The connection between today’s unique cyber-social threats and physical security, to include personal and executive protection, continues to be blurred with the increased use of online communication in forums, chat rooms, and the Darknet.
Digital threats, such as doxxing and social engineering, expose companies to cyber-attacks but also are linked to corporate security threats and physical threats against executives and VIPs. Today’s bad actors leverage digital exhaust, an individual’s PII and open-source intelligence (OSINT) to threaten, intimidate and execute crimes, presenting unique threats to companies and executives alike.
However, through applied protections of one’s digital exhaust – the digital trail of information and data you leave online – organizations and individuals can be alerted to dangerous “personal data leaks” and mitigate risks proactively.
Using content contained within the Digital Exhaust Opt Out Guide, created by the FBI and tailored for InfraGard members, this certificate program will empower individuals and organizations with the knowledge needed to protect people, assets, and operations from the threats posed by digital exhaust.
Instruction will educate you on the different types of digital exhaust and provide you with steps for identification, mitigation, and appropriate countermeasures when theft or manipulation of one’s digital exhaust or digital image occurs.
This workshop will address the following Digital Exhaust subject areas:
1. The Digital Exhaust Landscape
2. Digital Exhaust and Social Media
3. Mitigating Advanced Threats: Digital Exhaust & Activity Based Intelligence
4. Digital Exhaust Protection Priorities: Mobile Phone Number, Social Security Number, Financials & Real Estate
5. IOT Devices, Geolocation Technologies & Digital Exhaust Tracking Prevention Techniques
6. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Near-Field Communications (NFC)
7. The New Security Landscape: Hybrid Work Model, Insider Threats, and Digital Exhaust Leaks
Upon completion of this workshop, the student will:
– Understand the threats posed by digital exhaust that can affect all public and private organizations (companies, government agencies, and others), executives, subject-matter-experts (SMEs), national security, and the negative implications to a country’s citizenry.
– Understand what digital exhaust is, its origins, how it is generated, and the dangers of the digital exhaust ecosystem in correlation to advanced persistent threats both domestically and internationally.
– Understand the proactive mitigation techniques to prevent digital exhaust leaks/ “personal data leaks,” through the application of step-by-step instructions to mitigate future risks to one’s safety and security by protecting one’s PII
SPEAKER: Dana Motley I CEO & Founder I Motley Matrix LLC