Information Security News
In January 2014, documents provided by Edward Snowden showed that a Canadian spy agency used a unique identifier to follow thousands of Canadians as they moved about the country. The tracking all originated from an unnamed airport.
It got us thinking: how hard would it be to replicate this little experiment, writ small? Could I use one of my own online identifiers as a way to track my own movements through time and space?
The answer, perhaps unsurprisingly, is: yes. It’s easy to do, and it’s revealing about what I do, when I do it, and where I go.
NJVC and InfoSec Institute partner to provide cyber security training services
Government Security News
Information technology solutions provider NJVC, of Chantilly, VA, and information security training company InfoSec Institute, have announced a partnership to provide cyber security training services. NJVC can now implement federal government and ...