Recently I’ve been trying to sell some electronics on Facebook Marketplace.
Last month I stumbled upon Trace Labs, a nonprofit organization focused on using open source intelligence (OSINT) to find missing persons.
After attending WiCyS virtually, I was inspired by a presentation on how professionals can help inspire K-12 girls and minorities to learn about technology, especially cybersecurity.
One thing that really resonates with me is how every person in Security has had a nonlinear, diverse path into the profession.
Over the last several months, I’ve been adding to this list of security tips that I would give my mom, my friends, and others who ask me for some easy steps to protect themselves online.
As much as I’ve read about OSINT, or open source intelligence gathering, I’ve only done some research for various work projects.
When a company has been breached or leaked credentials to their users’ accounts, the typical first step is to reset all their users’ passwords.
Coder Chicks is a greater Orlando nonprofit organization focused on educating young girls on programming and computer science, particularly aimed at giving girls tools to do social good.