This is the interactive agenda for Suits and Spooks Washington D.C. 2015. This a draft a agenda and subject to change. Online registration is available here.
Thursday, February 5 • 3:15pm - 3:40pm
The Global Targeting of Corporations Using Social Media and SDR's.

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The Global Targeting of Corporations and their Employees Using Social Media and SDR's.

One of the largest threats to any corporation is the leaking of critical information and the ease at which it can be monitored. It takes only a few seconds to filter out COMPANY X employees on social media with a few simple searches. Example: site:Facebook.com "COMPANY X" AND "employee."  You can replace Facebook with any social media site and be able to compile a list of targets. The key issue is few organizations are properly training their employees about how to sensor themselves on social media. If I know that a group of people are employees of a company the next step is to us key term searches to note when they are traveling. This will allow me to begin filtering when a trip is taking place and most likely where they are going. There are nosuper-secret security settings that lock down your social media. The key is education on Cyber Hygiene when traveling as well as on social media. The courses that Weathered Security provides show how easily social media can be tracked and gives key words that should be avoided to help hide business trips and secrets. We also teach how to protect your employees from cyber threats that are often over looked. Threats such as syncing your Bluetooth in a rental or plugging your usb cable into a public charging port.  


Dale Wooden

President, Weathered Security
Dale Wooden President/Founder of Weathered Security has 20 years of experience in Naval Special Operations. His experience with global deployments gives a unique insight into the physical and cyber threats that currently exist and how they evolve. This experience includes the development... Read More →

Thursday February 5, 2015 3:15pm - 3:40pm
Main Track