Kevin Mitnick’s Work
Kevin Mitnick was the proud author of four books, which earned him a spot on The New York Times Bestseller’s list. From his thrilling autobiography of becoming the world’s most famous hacker to his educational content about social engineering and major security threats, his work is still just as captivating on paper today as he was on screen.
Expert Witness & Authority Figure
Decades of experience compromising systems made Kevin an esteemed source of almost everything cyber security. He provided expert witness services for major brands and had been a commentator, security analyst, and interview subject for almost every major news outlet around the globe.
Kevin was retained by several United States governmental agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Social Security Administration, and the Federal Aviation Administration. The United States Courts had also requested Kevin’s services as a keynote speaker for a cybercrime conference for the United States Courts.
Interviews & Shows
Kevin made appearances on popular television programs, educating everyday watchers on cyber threats at large. He’s even had a National Geographic special created about his life, telling the story of his journey from novice teenager phone phreak to the world-renowned penetration tester he became.
In addition to appearing on local network news programs, he had also made appearances on 60 Minutes, Dr. Phil, Rachel Ray, VICE - Motherboard, BBC World News, CNBC, CBS, CBC, CNN, Fox News, The Learning Channel, Tech TV’s Screen Savers, Court TV, Good Morning America, CNN’s Burden of Proof, Street Sweep, and Talkback Live, National Public Radio and as a guest star on ABC’s spy drama “Alias.”