The concept of digital misinformation isn’t new, but the problem is growing — and it’s becoming a serious security threat for businesses.

If you want to safeguard your organization against false rumors and conspiracy theories, I can’t think of anybody better to talk to than Neil Spencer, Manager of Market Strategy at LifeRaft Inc., and Spencer Oliphant, our resident OSINT analyst.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • How outrageous rumors circulating online can jeopardize business continuity as well as the safety of customers and employees.
  • From Covid lockdowns to climate lockdowns: How conspiracy theories are changing focus post-Covid.
  • The fast-growing social network conspiracy theorists are using to spread their message.
  • The seven websites to monitor for emerging misinformation.
  • Actionable steps security practitioners can take to proactively monitor and address misinformation in 2022.

For more insights on building a successful threat intelligence program, subscribe to the LifeRaft Physical Security Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts.



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