Recorded (2-hour event): Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Over the past year we have seen numerous attacks against our computer infrastructures. While we think they are all geared against technology they are not. In just the last year we have seen improved phishing attacks using Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media. In addition, we have seen fake public announcements for companies -- like the hostile takeover of Avon -- via a company that didn't exist. Which raises the question... has it become too easy to attack a company using social media?
Author of Microsoft Windows 7 Administrator's Reference, Jorge Orchilles holds a Master's of Science in Management Information Systems from Florida International University. Jorge leads the Advanced Penetration Testing & Vulnerability Assessment Quality Control teams in a large financial institution and serves as Director of the ISSA South Florida Chapter.
Professionally known as one of the most proficient and successful social engineers and red team operators with over 20 years of experience in the industry, Aaron Crawford eats, sleeps and continually drinks from the security fire hose. This passion for security lead him to a position with Coalfire Labs as a consultant. In his spare time, he runs Squirrels in a Barrel, an independent training and learning resource for the Security industry. Through Squirrels in a Barrel he hosts the World Championship of social engineering, a global social engineering capture the flag contest and sandbox. Aaron will always be found creating new technologies and techniques to further the field of social engineering and speaking about them wherever possible.
For the past 25 years, Mark Kadrich has worked in the security community, building knowledge, and contributing solutions. Mr. Kadrich serves as CISO at SDHC Health Exchange in San Diego and as CISO for 211 San Diego. He holds degrees in Management Information Systems, Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering.
President of Secure Mentem and co-host of The Irari Report, Ira is considered one of the world’s most influential security professionals, and has been named a “Modern Day James Bond” by the media. He did this by performing espionage simulations, where he physically and technically “broke into” some of the largest companies in the World and investigating crimes against them, and telling them how to cost effectively protect their information and computer infrastructure. He continues to perform these espionage simulations, as well as assisting organizations in developing cost effective security programs. Ira also won the Hall of Fame award from the Information Systems Security Association, as well as several other prestigious industry awards. Most recently, CSO Magazine named Ira a CSO Compass Award winner as The Awareness Crusader.
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