Twitter’s recent decision to remove blue check marks from accounts it has previously verified causes a number of issues for the platform and its users. One of the most obvious ones is around authentic identity. Without verification, how do I know that a particular account really does belong to the person or organisation who claims […]
Part of the huge upheaval brought about by the Coronavirus outbreak has meant that many of us have suddenly had to work from home. The challenge of staying connected with colleagues and collaborating on work projects has led to a huge growth in users for established services like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Slack, and Google Docs.
Remaining anonymous is often an important concern for OSINT practitioners. There are many types of OSINT, and many different reasons why we do not necessarily want our subjects to know we are trying to find out about them. A recruiter may not want a company to know that they are trying to lure away one