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What Was 8chan And Why Should You Care About 8kun?

Alex Ciarniello August 22, 2019 Open Source Threat Intelligence
Note: This blog has been updated since it was originally published in August 2019 to include information about 8kun, 8chan's successor site. Read More

Social Media Threat Intelligence: Sources To Watch

Online public-facing content is growing exponentially. And, while most of this data is benign, some online hubs contain critical information for the safety and security of individuals and organizations. In order to develop an effective intelligence strategy, analysts and security teams must be pulling information from this vast quantity of data. The question is, which.. Read More

Travel Risk Management: Protect Your Team With Social Media Intelligence

The ability to hold face-to-face meetings online has not reduced the need for corporate travel. More than ever, organizations are sending their personnel on business trips internationally. Travel risk management is a growing industry that proactively mitigates security threats for business travellers. Read More

Intelligence-Led Security And The Modern Tech Stack

The Echosec Team June 11, 2019 OSINT, Open Source Threat Intelligence
Three years ago, an eternity in the information security space, two chief information security officers spoke on a topic at RSA Conference 2016 in San Francisco that has kept many a CISO awake at night: how best to build an integrated corporate security technology stack. Read More

What Is Telegram And Why Should You Care?

Telegram is an instant messaging, voice, and video messaging service, often compared to Whatsapp. Read More

Data Discovery For Threat Intelligence

Paula Hingley March 21, 2019 OSINT, Open Source Threat Intelligence
It is estimated that 90% of the world’s data has been created in the last two years alone. What that means for businesses is that they may be significantly more vulnerable to information breaches than ever before. Read More

How Executive Protection Services Are Changing

Executive protection is a set of security measures intended to mitigate risk for people whose reputations, wealth, or positions require heightened personal security. When employees, spokespeople, and stakeholders are at an elevated personal risk, it is the role of the organization they represent to assess and manage that risk accordingly. Read More

Social Media Monitoring For Executive Protection

How Executive Protection Teams can use Social Media to Protect VIPs “[Executive Protection] refers to security measures taken to ensure the safety of VIPs or other individuals who may be exposed to elevated personal risk because of their employment, celebrity status, wealth, associations or geographical location.” Read More
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