Apple is right: When used correctly, AirTags are a “super easy way to keep track of all your stuff.” Unfortunately, this new tracking device meant for good can, like all things, be used for nefarious purposes. As seen in headlines over the past few weeks, they have played a prominent role in many incidents of stalking, theft, and harassment nationwide.
In this presentation with BlackCloak – Cresset’s concierge cybersecurity partner – Dr. Chris Pierson, CEO & Founder of BlackCloak, discusses the convergence of physical and cybersecurity risks paying special attention to Apple AirTags. He also addresses concerns such as:
- What are Apple AirTags and how do they work?
- What are the risks of being tracked, and what can I do if I’ve been targeted?
- What are similar items to AirTags on other devices?
- What are the ways we can secure our electronic devices?
A former special government employee for the Department of Homeland Security in its cybersecurity, data privacy and integrity advisory divisions, Dr. Pierson shares how you can reduce risks to your privacy, and how your family can benefit from Cresset’s partnership with BlackCloak.