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 Post subject: Defence of the Realm using Social Media Analytics
PostPosted: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 10:40:40 +0000 
http://www.bcs.org/content/conWebDoc/50253

Defence of the Realm using Social Media Analytics (Chatham House Rules)

Date:
Tuesday 9 April 2013

Venue:
BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Maps

Time:
6.00pm - 8.30pm

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Speaker:
Alan Jenkinson, HP

Synopsis:

During his recent secondment into the Office of Security and Counter Terrorism Alan Jenkinson was heavily engaged in assessment of the applicability of Social Media and Open Source Analytical use within Government agencies. This included a full assessment of UK industry capability. His presentation will cover the potential to use of Social Media analytics within Government agencies and law enforcement, potential issues such use raises, the operational challenges it presents, UK industry capability to meet the challenges faced and the benefits Social Media Analytics can provide for both Government and public.

Speaker Biography:

Alan Jenkinson is HP’s Director of Strategic Business Development for Home and Foreign Affairs, EMEA. He has been a senior manager and professional management consultant within Central Government, National Security & Intelligence and Defence arena.

Alan’s niche customer skills reside in National Security and Resilience where he has a wealth of operational/solutions consultancy experience covering IT Outsourcing, Cloud, IMA and SMA, EDRMS, CONOPs, intelligence/Police operations lifecycle, Counter Terrorism, prevention of serious crime, operational process improvement, organisational design, performance management and technology (ITO/BPO/applications) solutions implementation. In a previous life Alan was a successful bomb disposal officer.

Closing date for bookings is 7 April 2013 at 11:59pm. No more bookings will be taken after this date.

For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event please note that BCS do not issue invitation letters.


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 Post subject: Re: Defence of the Realm using Social Media Analytics
PostPosted: Tue, 02 Apr 2013 19:04:13 +0000 
Bruce Schneier, one of the guru's of InfoSec stated that...

Data collection is one of three emerging Cyber Threats. It is the one threat, with the most dangerous potential, more dangerous than Crime or Cyber Warfare.

Know that your social media tweets and comments will be resold to insurance companies.

Face book are using datalogix and Acxioum to harvest your offline data and purchases to merge with your online profile.

Insurance companies are buying your profile and tweets - for risk assessments.

The EU found that a quarter of candidates CV's were thrown in the bin, after their Facebook profile was checked. These are candidates who would have made it through to an interview.

If you're unemployed, can't get a job, or get on in your career - maybe you should check your Facebook profile.

Data mining was initially developed by the US military - to hunt for the Chinese. The project was called "Able Danger". It was stopped multiple times as it breach US privacy laws. Then came DARPA funding, then it got shut down, then came 911 and CIA funding to hunt AlQuaeda and terror cells.
Data mining was a military tool - that is being used on civilians, without adequate checks. This unregulated Marketing data, is used by governments, divorce lawyers, employers, criminal prosecutions, insurance companies.

This unregulated data is used for social sorting and social profiling. It leads to automated discrimination, and code is law.

Many agree with Schneier. "Data collection" and the data collectors, are offering free surveillance, and profiling to any third party who'll pay for access to it.


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