At Liferaft, we know from talking to hundreds of security professionals that many of them struggle to monitor the growing number of “alternative” social networks.

Mainstream platforms, like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, have cracked down on extremist content. As a result, threat actors have migrated to sites that are increasingly tough to track down. That presents a challenge for corporate security teams.

If you can’t see the entire web, you can overlook serious risks to your organization. And as alternative social networks grow in popularity, security leaders find themselves more and more in the dark as to what is happening online.

But there are tactics and techniques to deal with this challenge.

In our next webinar, LifeRaft market strategist Neil Spencer and resident OSINT analyst Spencer Oliphant will discuss the impact and opportunities alternative social networks present for security teams.

In this presentation, you will learn:

  • The differences between traditional and alternative social media
  • Which trending and hidden sources are most relevant for security professionals (and where to find them)
  • Real-life scenarios and case studies demonstrating the intel that can be gleaned from alternative social media
 
 

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