Posted on July 27th, 2018
EPISODE 087: Staying Private/Secure at Blackhat/Defcon
This week we discuss privacy and security considerations when attending hacking conferences.
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THIS WEEK IN PRIVACY:
Uber drivers live streaming:
Internal Google email account sees all email as you:
One Drive Scanning files for CP:
Google monitoring your purchases in GMail:
STAYING PRIVATE/SECURE AT BLACKHAT/DEFCON:
OFFENSE & DEFENSE:
My question for you guys is in regards to restaurants and stores asking for your business cards. Do you guys know what happens to the cards that are dropped in the bowls, are they sold to marketing companies?
I remember you guys briefly discussing the alias portion of the SF86. Can you explain how comprehensive this should be? I obviously don’t want to hide anything, but what’s the actual threshold for disclosure? If I were to list every name used to sell something on Craigslist it would be absurd. Online accounts? Utilities? I don’t want to waste the investigator’s time and significantly lengthen the process if there’s no need.
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