Using Publically Available Data to Find Bad and Do Good.

Presented at ToorCamp 2018, June 23, 2018, 3 p.m. (50 minutes)

Stratva's recent heatwave exposure has raised consciousness of metadata and it's role in privacy. Come for a exploration of what OSINT can do for identifying critical infrastructure vulnerabilities and the implications to public safety.

Using publically available feeds, we'll do cross correlation and explore hypothesis about public safety, vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure, and access patterns. We'll explore real world implications, both through upcoming Cascadia fault earthquakes and through prior disasters. We'll discuss how this data can increase public safety and trends as we go forward.


  • DickTemple
    Hardware Hacker. Security enthusiast. Malware nerd. I fix all the things and break all the things. Malware makes me happy. I like radios and safety. Member of the Board of Directors of PASCAL hackerspace.