Terrorists on Social Media: How to Spot the Warning Behaviors
Social media has become the 21st century’s hideout of choice for terrorists. The ease of access to information in our ever-evolving digital world has given rise to a new form of communication between evil people bent on destruction. Criminals and terror groups are using social media for recruitment and fundraising at an alarming rate.
In our latest IHS vlog, American Military University’s Homeland Security Program Director, Dr. Kelli Frakes, provides some expert advice on how to spot the warning signs of terrorists’ behavior on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms.
About the Speaker
Dr. Kelli Frakes is the Program Director for Homeland Security at American Military University. Previously, Kelli managed several research projects focusing on issues pertaining to first responders funded by the Department of Homeland Security and the National Institute of Justice. Prior to academia, she worked in law enforcement and was the youngest person promoted to the rank of sergeant in her agency at the age of 24.