Is Your LinkedIn Profile Putting Your Security at Risk?

Is Your LinkedIn Profile Putting Your Security at Risk?

In today's age of information, it's becoming increasingly easier to gather information on anyone, including their professional lives on platforms like LinkedIn. While it may seem harmless to check out a colleague's profile or connect with a friend, it's important to consider the potential security risks involved. In this video, we explore the growing concern of side-channel attacks, where hackers can gain access to personal information through the connections and networks of individuals. We discuss how to identify potential risks and take steps to safeguard your personal and professional information.

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Richard Cassidy

Richard Cassidy has been consulting to businesses on cyber security strategies and programs for more than two decades, working across highly regulated industries including finance, insurance, retail, manufacturing, government and military. During his career Richard has been heavily engaged in the design and implementation of infrastructure & cyber security solutions, helping organisations in evolving security, compliance, risk management, data assurance, automation, orchestration & breach response practices.
Combining hands-on experience with the technologies and services that have evolved over the past two decades, with a detailed perspective on end-user security risks, Richard focuses on delivering thought leadership tracks that help decision-makers define practical security, compliance and data assurance strategies. He is well versed in showing organisations how to better navigate a highly complex and automated threat landscape, in tandem with achieving (and maintaining) regulatory, compliance and data assurance mandates that business leaders face in today’s technology landscape.
Richard is an active industry contributor, regularly delivering speaker sessions at events including SANS, BlackHat, IP Expo, InfoSec, FSISAC and security seminars EMEA-wide, not least many article publications in the arena of cybersecurity, compliance, industrial control and emerging technology matters.

Oliver Rochford

Oliver Rochford has worked in cyber security as a penetration tester, consultant, researcher, and industry analyst for over 20 years. Interviewed, cited, and quoted by media, think tanks, and academia, he has written for Securityweek, CSO Online, and Dark Reading. While working at Gartner, he co-named the Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) market, worked on the SIEM Magic Quadrant, and also covered the European MSSP Market. Prior to joining Securonix, Oliver worked for Qualys, Verizon, Gartner, Tenable, and Securonix. Oliver is Chief Furitist at Tenzir, where he works on product strategy and marketing.

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