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Saturday, October 10 • 17:30 - 18:30
Going Creepy: Fishing for Geotags in Social Media

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In this practical session you will learn to use the geolocation OSINT tool cree.py, created by Greek software developer Ioannis Kakavas. Learn how to trace people's movements throughout the day through social media.


Moderators
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Minna Knus-Galan

Investigative reporter, YLE, Finnish Broadcasting Company
Minna works for the investigative TV program MOT. She has done programs on tax havens (latest PanamaPapers), Bangladesh garment factories, corruption in development aid, elderly care, medicine, mining industry... Journalist of the Year 2014, 2014 Anders Chydenius – Freedom of Information award for investigating tax havens together with ICIJ: OffshoreLeaks and LuxLeaks. Topelius-award 2012. Co-organiser of the investigative journalism... Read More →

Speakers
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Ioannis Kakavas

Identity and Access Management Engineer, GRNET S.A.
Infosec enthusiast, M.Sc Information and Communication Systems Security, Dipl. Ing Electrical&Computer Engineering, author of cree.py geolocation aggregator. My belongings fit in one suitcase.


Saturday October 10, 2015 17:30 - 18:30
Weidemann 4 (Data Hands-On)

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