1. If you don’t know the threat, you don’t know what information to protect.
2. If you don’t know what information to protect, you can’t know how to protect it.
3. If you aren’t protecting it, they’re taking it.
Consider this report from krypt3ia:
ISIS Hit List and Information Warfare
At least three times in the last five months, U.S. military members have been urged to limit their social media activity in response to worries that ISIS-linked terrorists could track them down, in the U.S. or abroad.
The latest warning came this week, when a group calling itself the Islamic State Hacking Division posted personal information of about 100 service members, which defense officials said had been collected from social media sites.
While this story is about the war on terror and the on-line antics of a small cadre of…
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