Cybersecurity While Traveling
February 23, 2017
Recommendations for cybersecurity while traveling abroad often sound like they were taken directly from the plot of a spy movie: use clean, "throw-away" devices, accounts, and passwords; assume your devices and information will be compromised; pull the batteries out of your devices before discussing sensitive information. Similar, although slightly less scary, recommendations abound for travelers going on vacation: don't post your location online; don't use public Wi-Fi.
Stacey Wright, Intel Program Manager, MS-ISAC
Stacey A. Wright is the Intel Program Manager at the Center for Internet Security (CIS), where she runs the Intel Team for the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). The Intel Team focuses on providing strategic, operational, and tactical cyber threat intelligence on state, local, tribal, and territorial government cyber issues, and is dedicated to providing comprehensive, actionable intelligence analysis.
Prior to her employment at CIS, Stacey was the Cyber Intelligence Analyst for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Albany Division, where she was responsible for coordinating the local cyber intelligence program, and served as the FBI's liaison to MS-ISAC. Stacey began her career as an Information Systems Specialist for a city's Emergency Communications and Fire Departments. She received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University in 2000, and her Master of Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, in 2005. She is a formally trained Intelligence Analyst and a national speaker on cybercrime.
Watch the Webinar
In this presentation, Stacey will provide insight into the targeting, theft, scams, and espionage that has driven the creation of these often touted recommendations so you can intelligently choose which recommendations are appropriate for your (or your executive's) next trip.