EVENT REVIEW: Eye Opening and Terrifying: How Easy it is to Hack Technology
I recently had the pleasure of attending a conference where Kevin Mitnick, the “world’s most famous hacker,” presented. Kevin is a bestselling author, and top cyber security speaker who hacked into 40 major corporations simply for the challenge of doing so!
KnowBe4’s Year-Over- Year Sales Rocket 191% for Q1 2018
Continued surge of phishing and other social engineering threats fuel explosive 20th consecutive quarter increase.
KnowBe4, the world’s largest platform for integrated security awareness training and phishing announced its stellar year over year sales increase of 191% for Q1 2018, with an ever-increasing number of new corporate accounts, bringing customer accounts to well over 17,000.
EVENT REVIEW: The most famous hacker in the world offers a conference in Jalisco Talent Land
Among the most outstanding activities and described as must-see in Jalisco Talent Land , Kevin Mitnick , considered the most famous hacker in the world, gave a keynote address on the main stage of Expo Guadalajara .
On the second day of activities, the official launch of the first technological event in Latin America, Talent Land, took place until April 6 and was presided over by the state governor, Aristóteles Sandoval and student authorities. .
EVENT REVIEW: Kevin Mitnick, the hacker who left prison to become a pop star of cybersecurity
In the main stage of the Jalisco Talent Land 2018, Kevin Mitnick entered as if he were a pop star: the Mexican presenter who welcomed him, in fact, introduced him as David Beckham or the Kobbe Bryant of cybersecurity, no less. With the crowded campus, programmers and aspiring experts in cybersecurity, researchers, journalists and the general public received perhaps the most famous hacker in the world, who confessed that such a reception was not expected in Guadalajara.
Our phones have truly become the new personal computer for many of us – in addition to being our primary means of communication we can watch movies, play games and now even enjoy virtual reality experiences on our handsets. But while smartphones are the epitome of modern convenience, the dirty little secret is that these omnipresent devices, which we have with us 24/7, and keep switched on for most of that time, are also a serious threat to our privacy. Here’s why…