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Presentation on how Brian Honan stole the identity of an Irish journalist using only information found on the Internet.

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Knowing Me Knowing You Knowing Me Knowing You Presentation Transcript

  • Knowing Me, Knowing You (the Dangers of Social Networks)
  • Introduction
    • My Name is Marie Boran
    • 29 years of age
        • Born 27th July 1980
    • Single
  • I Like
    • Travel
        • Paris
        • New York
    • Music
        • Especially Kraftwerk
    • Knitting
    • Photography
    • Science Fiction
    • Paranormal
  • My Blusher
  • Home
  • Home
  • My Parents
  • My Dad Worked Here
    • Financial Director for Oglesby & Butler
      • Resigned 31st March 2008
  • Work
    • Technology Journalist
        • SiliconRepublic.com
        • The Irish Independent
        • GadgetRepublic.com
    • Previously
        • Court Editor Merril Legal Solutions
        • PC Live Magazine
        • Dublin Anna Livia FM
  • Education
    • St Leo’s College Carlow
      • University College Dublin
      • BSc Computer Science
      • Griffith College Dublin
      • BA Journalism
      • Dublin Institute of Technology
        • Digital Media Technologies
  • In 2008
    • I was voted Technology Journalist of the Year
  • In 2008
    • Someone Stole My Identity
  • How Did I Steal Marie’s ID?
  • LinkedIN
  • MySpace
  • Amazon Wish List
  • Date Of Birth
  • PhotoSynth
  • PhotoSynth
  • General Register Office
  • With That Information I Got
  • I Could Then Get
  • Which In Turn Allows me to
  • But ..
  • Maybe Not
  • Automating the Attack
  • Automating the Attack – 123People
  • Automating the Attack – 123People
  • Automating the Attack – Friendscall.me
  • Automating the Attack – Knowem.com
  • Automating the Attack – Pipl.com
  • Automating the Attack - Maltego
  • Automating the Attack - Maltego
  • Automating the Attack - Maltego
  • Automating the Attack - Maltego
  • Automating the Attack – Maltego
    • Personal Data Can Reside on Servers not in EU
            • Covered by Data Protection Act?
        • Sites May Not Have Stringent Privacy Policies
    • Data is Permanent
          • What Goes on the Internet Stays on the Internet
    Lessons Learnt (1)
    • Beware of Social Networks
        • Friends Can Leak Your Information
        • Data Matching Provides Overall Picture
        • You May Not Own Your Private Data
        • Review Privacy Statements
        • Terms of Use
    Lessons Learnt (2)
    • Virtual World Can Impact Real World
            • Bullying
            • Burglary
            • Stalking
            • Physical Attacks
    Other Lessons Learnt
    • FBI Warns of Asian-Specific Telephone Extortion Scam
        • Network World 10th June ’09
    • Criminals Gleaned Personal Details from Internet
    • Threatened Victims
    • Demand Money
    Real World Example
    • Tweets Lead to Burglary ?
    Real World Example
  • Real World Examples
    • What Goes on the Net stays on the Net
    • Friends Can Compromise You
    • There Are No Secret Questions
    • Virtual World Impacts Real World
    • No Umbilical Chord = No ID
    Remember
    • Review How You Identify
      • Remote Users
        • Staff
        • Customers
    • Ensure Your Secret Questions Are Secret
    • Revise Acceptable Usage Policies For Social Networking Sites
    • Security Awareness is Key
    Applying This to Your Environment
  • Questions ?