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Episode Info: This episode is sponsored by the CIO Scoreboard In this episode I interviewed Tyler Cohen Wood who has an impressive amount of experience in Cyber security, and Digital Forensic Security - in addition to helping the White House, the Department of Defense, The Intelligence Community, Federal Law enforcement and even NASA. In our discussion on security, we talk about the different protections available on Social media and the different types of cookies and how to ensure that you are protecting yourself and your family to the maximum. Read further for more information as we discuss the following important points: The best protection is knowledge of how things work Super cookies, zombie cookies, flash cookies The importance of turning off Exit data on photos that will be uploaded to social media sites Downloading Apps - Understanding what you are doing and what you are potentially giving away to companies How do others perceive you online? How to research yourself online and see how others perceive you Be aware of your individual personal “brand” Executive Travel - posting your travel plans and location of working from home or working from a coffee shop How to understand online deception and vette people. How to become a human lie detector with statement analysis Teach your kids how to use a checklist to keep themselves safe online As a business leader who wants to be fluent on the impact of current privacy and security challenges, you will find Tyler’s message educational on both the personal, work, and family areas of your life. Tyler Cohen Wood is an expert in social media and cyber issues. She was a senior officer and a Senior Leader and Cyber Branch Chief for the Defense Intelligence Agency. She was a cyber branch chief for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) within the Department of Defense (DoD) where she makes decisions and recommendations significantly changing, interpreting, and developing important cyber policies and programs affecting current and future DoD and Intelligence Community policies. She previously worked for the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center as a senior digital forensic analyst, using her expertise in intrusion, malware analysis, and major crimes to bring about many successful prosecutions.  Before joining the DoD Cyber Crime Center, she was employed at IBM and NASA as a senior forensic analyst. She wrote the book Catching the Catfishers, where she explores the digital footprints that we all leave behind, whether we realize it or not. The book sheds light on a comprehensive set of online security components and teaches readers how to best protect their personal information from being put out and circulated on the web.  She co-authored the textbook Alternate Data Storage Forensics and was featured in Best Damn Cybercrime and Digital Forensics Book Period. How to contact Tyler: Website LinkedIn Twitter Facebook You Tube Vimeo Books: Catching The Catfishers: Disarm the Online Pretenders, Predators and Perpetra...
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