showing posts tagged #resilience
Physical location tracking may occur when you travel with your laptop and all your previously connected networks are scanned for. Makes fingerprinting possible by just listening for requests #resilience
a smartphone tracks your location even in airplane mode #resilience
Cybersecurity as Realpolitik by Dan Geer - as relevant in 2014 as it is more today #resilience https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nT-TGvYOBpI
Read A Subicon by Dan Geer recently which impacted some of my thinking on #resilience https://www.hoover.org/sites/default/files/research/docs/geer_webreadypdfupdated2.pdf
dataset intersection is a threat to you, e.g. the combination of cell tower data and credit card transactions is a reliable mechanism #resilience
leave phone at home if not needed. Modern software used by the masses is complex and too vulnerable, and you will be traced #resilience
create a backup channel for radio and fiberoptic communication based on battery, e.g. using Iridium #resilience
avoid using bad-behaviour social media such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. You will be tracked in realtime #resilience
use airplane mode on phone when not used for communications #resilience
save cash for tracking-avoidance. Cards and digital transfer apps is accessible to third parties outside you and your bank #resilience
use bluetooth only for emergencies. For audio, use wired headsets instead #resilience
disable wifi when out from home #resilience