EVENT REVIEW: Channelnomics Recognizes Xerox Security Summit as Top Security Event of 2018
Regardless of their size or industry, one thing every business has in common is a reliance on the Web to execute their fundamental business processes. Everything from communicating with clients to banking, ordering, invoicing and more, happens online. That means that every customer you serve is susceptible to cybersecurity breaches, making cybersecurity both a chief concern for your customers and a significant challenge.
Kevin Mitnick is perhaps best known as the hacker who made it to the FBI’s Most Wanted List for breaking into the computer systems of multiple government agencies and over 40 major corporations. Mitnick was a fugitive for four years, and after getting caught was put on trial and sentenced to five years in a federal prison, including a year in solitary confinement.
New Report Finds Global Ransomware Damage Costs Predicted to Exceed $8 Billion in 2018
Report sponsored by KnowBe4 and conducted by Cybersecurity Ventures finds ransomware to attack a business every 14 seconds by the end of 2019
Ransomware is the new normal; it’s here to stay and is growing in sophistication and frequency. Bad guys choose to hack people if they can. Organizations need to protect their infrastructure with a new security layer: a human firewall. -Stu Sjouwerman, CEO, KnowBe4
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: Kevin Mitnick: the Houdini of hacking shows his tricks in Mexico
The show begins with the musical theme of Mission Impossible , followed by a series of 'tricks' that leave the audience both surprised and alarmed by exclaiming "oh!". But this is not a magic show , but a demonstration of hacking by the American Kevin Mitnick.