Russ L. 
Association of Continuity Professionals - CO Rocky Mountain Chapter 

Association of Continuity Professionals

Monthly Chapter Meeting: August 20th

Virtual only, Limit of 100 attendees  

ACP (local & remote) Chapter Members, Guests and Visitors are welcome to attend. Be sure to register everyone so they will get reminder & connection information on Thursday, August 19th.

Topic:   Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) is a useful technique for obtaining public information for the purposes of protecting various types of assets for business continuity and disaster recovery. We’ll discuss how OSINT can be properly utilized in the context of critical infrastructure and protecting personnel, such as senior executives and C-Suite level. What would your business do upon a breach in personnel? How should you plan? What policies do you have in place to obtain pertinent information? We’ll explore the wide resources of OSINT in this presentation.


  • Cyber Security professional & blogger with over 10 years developing high quality technical documentation.
  • Well-traveled Anthropologist with a focus on culture, inclusion, and diversity.
  • Project Manager of boutique clientele in cyber security, IT, and telecommunications.

Teressa has B. A in Anthropology & Art History - University of Denver, M. A in Anthropology & International Development – Colorado State University and did graduate research in Haiti. In addition, she studied Computer Networking Technology and Network Security at Arapahoe Community College, Littleton CO.


1:30p – Connection will be open

1:30p-3:30p – Introductions & round table

3:30p – Conclude

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