5 Free Ways to Track Online Leaks of Information

This article highlights tools/services that companies/governments/individuals can use in order to track data of interest to them (e.g. intellectual property, good reputation, employee comments on social networks, etc). Keep in mind that the ways presented in the article are reactive by nature and are unlikely to expose a determined attacker (insider, hacker, or industrial spy).

Last year, I set up a Google Alert to report on some terms and mentions that I wanted to keep track of, a very useful tool at the reach of any Internet user, not just security pros or investigators.

Src: 5 Free Ways to Track Online Leaks of Information | ComputerWorld

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