Securing Business with Human Intelligence

The Power of Web Intelligence During COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has had a tremendous impact on the world and, overnight, organizations were faced with the disruption of operations and a surge of emerging threats. Globally, systems were disrupted and ties were severed.

The power of the Internet was visible very early on during the COVID-19 crisis. Word of mouth was a powerful tool in identifying the threat and tracking the spread of the virus. As habitual channels and modes of work broke down, again the Internet has played a huge role in keeping us connected. Human activity, business activity, malicious and criminal enterprises moved from physical spaces to online spac

Human activity, business activity, malicious and criminal enterprises moved from physical spaces to online spaces.

Challenges for Security Teams

In independent interviews conducted with CISOs across finance, healthcare, manufacturing, technology, and retail, the top concerns cited were:

  1. Third-Party & Supply Chain Risk
  2. Insider Threats while Working from Home
  3. Emerging Cybersecurity Threats
  4. Physical Security for Facilities

The CISOs immediate objectives: adapt to meet the demands of a threat landscape in upheaval. Looking forward, they need to contribute to business continuity and risk management planning with an unknown future on the horizon. The solution could not simply be another technical control; human intelligence was required to navigate with so much uncertainty.

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You’ll Learn:

  • OSINT best practices for gathering intelligence and investigating legally and ethically
  • How to distinguish between the laws and warrants that apply to Law Enforcement and Corporate Security teams gathering OSINT
  • How to eliminate personal bias and keep ethics and civil liberties at the top of mind to maximize the effectiveness of your investigations
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