The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a renewed surge of cyber attacks and exploits. Open-source intelligence holds keys to investigating these types of emerging cyber threats.
Many cybersecurity organizations consider gathering cyber threat intelligence to be among the most fruitful of cybersecurity activities. Corporate rules of engagement can help organizations avoid being subjected to unnecessary risks when conducting intelligence gathering online.
Toni Chrabot, leading Risk Intelligence Strategist & former FBI Special Agent shares insight on adapting the investigative process to address technological advancements.
An industry that was formerly the concern of physical security now requires a converged security approach. The convergence of cyber and physical security will allow security teams to have better communication and broaden their scope of intelligence that couldn’t be otherwise accomplished by operating in silos.
The Dark Web has had an indelible impact on corporate security. As the convergence of physical and digital worlds generate…
“There was not any fear of failure and there was a massive excitement to build something that does a couple of key things very very well".
Understand the risks that Dark Web marketplaces create, and how they endanger public safety and corporate security.
Distinguish between the Surface, Deep, and Dark Web. Learn the importance of Internet investigations in assessing public and private risk.