Digijaks has created individual and family levels of service for cyber security and reputation management and reputation control.
The world is seeing an ongoing multi-faceted cyber attack(s) (social engineering) that uses weaponized fake media, digital false flags and other digitally obfuscated materials. These attacks stem from nation states, paid hacker cartels and mercenary hackers globally.
Digijaks CEO Alan W. Silberberg addresses U.S. Army Cyber Talks NYC 2016
Where digital diplomacy just a few years back was between recognized principals of Governments, now there are lots of other players trying to make that communication much more failure prone.
The Panama Papers as released this past week are a really huge data dump, in fact one much larger in scale than that of Wikileaks, and the largest to date…
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There is no current "IOT cybersecurity standard" or anything close. As a result, the apps and tools that seemingly make your life so easy, are in most probability leaking, if not pouring personal information about you or your family onto the internet in ways you may or may not be aware of.
Real life events almost always flow to the internet in a micro second. Knowing how to tell the difference between truth and fiction could be critical to saving your own life of that of your family in a real life emergency that is also happening on social media.
The reality is, the ability to trash reputations, for others to *control your reputation* is all too real. Whether you like it or not.
We all need to work with our kids to help them understand the direct linkage between social media use and search results that can and will last a lifetime.