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What Is Reddit And Why Should You Care?

Paula Hingley March 03, 2017 General, OSINT, Social Media Monitoring
The brainchild of a couple of college roommates, Reddit is the 7th most visited website in the US and 22nd in the world. A whopping 500 million people log in each month. Read More

What Is Flickr And Why Should You Care?

Paula Hingley January 11, 2017 General, OSINT, Social Media Monitoring
What is Flickr? Yahoo’s photo curating platform, after over a decade in operation, remains to be a favourite in the photographic community. (DMR Stats says) Flickr’s current user base sits around 122 million people in 63 countries. Read More

10 Ways Echosec Respects Social Media Privacy

The Echosec Team October 05, 2016 General, OSINT, Privacy, Social Media Monitoring
This article has been updated from its original version published in October 2016. Read More

Workplace Security: 4 Things Your Employees Should Stop Doing On Social Media

The Echosec Team January 25, 2016 Brand Protection, Social Media Monitoring, Corporate Security
You Are What You Tweet...   Businesses are built and lost on reputation. Workplace security has always been a concern, but these days more than ever, social media plays a pivotal role in bolstering or damaging the reputation of your company. Read More

How Intelligence Agencies Are Using Social Media

The Echosec Team October 27, 2015 OSINT, Social Media Monitoring
Updated: Jan 22, 2020 Read More

Brand Protection: Staying On Top Of The Social Media Conversation

The Echosec Team August 25, 2015 Brand Protection, Social Media Monitoring
Having a strong social media presence as a business can be extremely beneficial. HubSpot previously published a statistic from the State of Inbound Marketing claiming that social media has a 100% higher lead-to-close rate than outbound marketing. Read More

Online Data Monitoring For Executive Protection

Updated: Jan 22, 2020 Amazon spends $1.6 million a year to protect its CEO, Jeff Bezos. This might seem like a hefty security budget, but it's a small price to pay considering the level of risk high-profile executives face today. VIPs not only confront physical security risks at home and abroad, but are also highly targeted in their digital lives. Social media plays a.. Read More
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