$250
Digital Security: Protecting Against Terrorists, Cartels, and Criminals

Digital Security: Protecting Against Terrorists, Cartels, and Criminals

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$250

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Ruffin Road

Ruffin Road

San Diego, CA 92123

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Digital privacy and security training for peace officers, dispatchers, fire, EMS, public officials, military, and other government employees

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THIS PRESENTATION IS BEING PRESENTED IN-PERSON IN SAN DIEGO, AS WELL AS STREAMED AS AN INTERACTIVE LIVE ONLINE COURSE.

TAKE NOTE WHEN SELECTING THE DESIRED METHOD OF ATTENDANCE DURING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS.

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Digital Security: Protecting Against Terrorists, Cartels, and Criminals

Personal information leaked in data breaches, shared on websites by data brokers, and stolen by hackers, all pose a threat to the privacy and security of public safety employees. The need to safeguard and limit the exposure of personal information is necessary to help public safety professionals and public officials protect themselves and their families.

With expanded and more detailed information, this 2-day training presentation explains in an easy to understand, non-technical manner how personally identifiable information (PII) ends up on public databases and people search websites, offers ways to help ensure the privacy of home address information, and discusses techniques to help enhance personal privacy and security for public officials.

Topics include:

  • Locating and removing personally identifiable information (PII) found online
  • How to eliminate the sharing and exposure of personal information
  • Best practices for digital device security (computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.)
  • Digital identity management (D-IDM)
  • Utilizing secure phone and email communications to protect personal information (COMSEC)
  • Considerations for using social media accounts
  • How to make secure and anonymous financial transactions
  • Changes needed in habits to prevent personal information from being shared or leaked
  • Techniques for protecting against doxing
  • How to defend against social engineering, as well as use it to your advantage
  • Developing and utilizing legal tools to maximize privacy
  • Data marketing and breaches in depth
  • Email security: preventing against email tracking, malware, and phishing
  • Computer and smart device protections
  • Techniques for privacy and security with home wi-fi networks

California POST and STC certified

RESTRICTED ATTENDANCE: Attendance is restricted to current law enforcement, fire, EMS, US military, critical infrastructure, and healthcare employees.

All attendees will be subject to providing agency/employer credentials or other information as requested by the presenter to verify qualifying status. The final determination as to a registered attendee's qualifying status will be at the sole discretion of the course presenter.

Course presented by:

Shadow Element

www.movetotheshadow.com

IN THE NEWS:

The Department of Homeland Security is warning people of recent doxxing incidents that compromise the personal information of law enforcement (video) - CBS Chicago (06/10/20)

LAPD Chief, Celebrities Among 'Doxxing' Victims (video) - Associated Press (03/12/2013)

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