Social media as an ever-growing and changing aspect of our daily lives. While it is easy to grow comfortable with a platform that is so common, what aspects of social media are forgotten or unknown by its users? Social media has useful and life-saving capabilities in extreme events such as natural disasters, but at the same time should users question the credibility of social media? This discussion will present an in-depth discussion of the online risks and the remarkable abilities of social media platforms.
Social Media Data and Monitoring October 16, 2019 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Lecture Hall 191 Fayette Street, Martinsville, Virginia 24112.
About the Speakers
Dr. Edna Reid is a retired intelligence Analyst with the FBI. She has a doctorate in Library Sciences and has taught at numerous universities in the United States and abroad. Reid is the founder and Director of the Cyber Intelligence Graduate Certificate program at James Madison University. She is currently writing a textbook for Cyber Intelligence with addresses Intelligence tradecraft and designing new methodologies for analyzing the cyber environment, cyber threat actors and cyber deception.
Kathleen Moore has a Doctor of Philosophy in Information Sciences and Technology from Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Intelligence Studies from Mercyhurst University. She has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award, Information Systems for Crisis Responders and Managers, Women of Distinction, College of Information Sciences and Technology, Pennsylvania State University, and The Herold and Maria Ransburg Scholarship (Graduate), Association of Former Intelligence Officers. She is currently an Assistant Professor at James Madison University.
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